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Pragmatic Guide to Sass by Michael Lintorn Catlin, Hampton Catlin

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A Few Final Comments

We’re almost ready to start, but here are some little bits that you’ll probably find useful to know before we dive into the book.

  • We’ll be using the following phrase to show when we’ve converted some Sass into CSS.

    This compiles to:

    Hopefully, you’ll be more familiar with the CSS output, so you can easily compare how much simpler Sass is compared to CSS.

  • If you’ve downloaded the ebook, you’ll notice that all the code samples are preceded by a little shaded box. If you click on the box, the code sample shown in the book will be downloaded to your computer, allowing you to play around with our examples.

  • You can get more information from the book’s official web page.[3] There you’ll find resources such as the book forum, code ...

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