Jeremy Green: Using Sass in Your WordPress Projects

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August 27, 2014

Sass, a CSS preprocessor, allows you to write faster, more powerful, and more manageable CSS. Learn how easy it is to setup your project to use Sass. Once Sass is ready to go, you will discover the powerful tools that Sass provides to take your CSS to the next level. Integrating Sass with WordPress can be tricky at first, so we’ll take a step by step approach showing you how to seamlessly take your Sass files and use them in your WordPress project.

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WordCamp Kansas City 2014 15

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Jeremy Green 1

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CSS 42

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