Michael DeWitt: Developing WP Themes with Using Modular Sass

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July 28, 2015

CSS preprocessors make developing clean and semantic stylesheets effortless. My talk takes someone through a basic structure for organizing Sass within a WordPress theme, using the Bones theme framework as an example. I go through some of the benefits and cool tricks you can implement with this structure including breakpoint includes, variables, functions, nesting, and mixins. Finally I address perhaps the greatest hurdle to immediately implementing Sass in your WordPress theme — compiling. I take people through the common methods of doing this including Grunt, Compass, and WordPress plugins like WP-SCSS.

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WordCamp Boston 2015 28

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Michael DeWitt 1

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Sass 21
Theme Development 77
Themes 267

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English 7362

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