Now we’ve gone through the basics of Sass, let’s move on to some of
the more advanced features it offers:
First off, we’ll go through @extend, which helps
clone attributes: Task 15, Keeping It Semantic: @extend.
Next, we’ve got Task 16, Keeping Code Clean with Mixins,
a useful way to keep your style sheets clean. We’ll expand on mixins
in the next task, Task 17, Taking Mixins Further with Variables.
Then we’ll look at how to debug your Sass
in Task 18, Debugging.
We’ll see how you can simplify the Sass necessary to style
for different browsers in Task 19, Generating Cross-Browser Rounded Borders,
and Task 20, Using Cross-Browser Opacity.
We’ll learn how to dynamically generate your Sass code in Task 21, ...