Get started with SASS and improve your CSS workflow

Rob Sutcliffe, Let's design stuff

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27 Videos (1h 57m)
    • Intro

      0:58
    • SASS Myths Busted

      5:48
    • Setup Your Environment

      2:42
    • Setup Your Environment FREE Alternative

      2:42
    • SASS or SCSS

      3:56
    • Nesting

      3:49
    • Nesting Properties

      1:44
    • Refrencing

      4:16
    • Comments

      2:13
    • Variable

      3:45
    • Data Types

      9:22
    • Operations

      3:17
    • Custom Funcitons

      6:45
    • Builtin Function

      2:02
    • Where to Find More Functions

      0:37
    • Mixins

      6:09
    • Include

      3:17
    • Extend

      4:40
    • What Is Compass

      5:39
    • Compass Box Shadow Example

      2:42
    • Compass Opacity Example

      1:11
    • Compass Contrast Example

      2:51
    • Where to Find More Compass Functions

      0:29
    • Lists

      7:58
    • Loops

      16:05
    • If Else

      11:39
    • Congratulations

      0:30

About This Class

Writing CSS is slow, awkward and take ages to debug. All the other programming languages moved on without it a decade ago but CSS lacks the ability to improve it until the browsers lets us. SASS gives us that power, we can build upon what CSS started without having to change the way we work.

In two hours you'll save at least two hours a week writing SASS

25 of 25 students recommendSee All

This class has been really straight to the point. I've been doing Sass for two years now, and since I've taken this class recently, there are a few more very interesting things I've learned since then.
Kevin Akins

Here to learn all things art and design.

Really easy to follow
Excellent course! I'm kicking myself for not trying SASS sooner. Rob hits all the important parts in a clear and concise fashion. I'd definitely recommend this to any web designer or developer who wants to save time and do more powerful things with CSS!

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Rob Sutcliffe

Let's design stuff