People do not always use the latest version of a web browser. In this recipe, you will learn why you can use mixins or mixin libraries to add cross-browser support to your multiple column layout.
To compile the SCSS of this recipe, you should have the Ruby Sass compiler installed. The Installing Sass for command line usage recipe of Chapter 1, Getting Started with Sass, describes how to install Ruby Sass on your system. You can inspect the final results in any modern web browser.
Perform the following steps to get grips on creating cross-browser CSS code:
main.scss. This file should import the column partial file. So,
main.scssshould contain a SCSS code like that shown ...