Sass and Compass for Designers available in Paperback
The CSS preprocessor, Sass, is becoming the de-facto standard for producing cross-browser CSS more maintainable and with more ease. It supercharges CSS with features that make previously difficult and time-consuming tasks trivial. This book concentrates on distilling the techniques in a straightforward manner making it accessible to all, even to those that only know HTML and CSS.
Written by the author of the bestselling "Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3", Sass and Compass for Designers will explain everything you need to get Sass and Compass installed, mastered, and making your life easier. There will be no perplexing terminology or baffling syntax left unexplained. We'll get you set up and then build a site together, step by step, using the incredible power of Sass and Compass.
We will start with a completely unstyled HTML document and build a responsive Sass and Compass powered website step by step.
Sass and Compass make CSS easy. You'll learn how to manipulate color in the stylesheet with a single command, create responsive grids with ease, automatically create image sprites, and create CSS3 powered rules that work across all modern browsers.
"Sass and Compass for Designers" explains how to produce great CSS easier than ever before.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.58(d)|
About the Author
Ben Frain has been a frontend web designer and developer since 1996. He also works as a technology journalist, contributing regularly to a number of diverse publications on the Mac platform, consumer technology, website design, and the aviation industry, and is the author of the bestselling book Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3.
Before that, he worked as an underrated (and modest) TV actor, having graduated from Salford University with a degree in Media and Performance. He has written four equally underrated (his opinion) screenplays and still harbors the (fading) belief he might sell one. Outside of work he enjoys simple pleasures; playing indoor football whilst his body (and wife) still allows it, and wrestling with his son.
Visit him online at http://www.benfrain.com and follow him on Twitter at twitter.com/benfrain.