One of the coolest features of crafting CSS with Sass is that you can build out a file structure that puts all your components in their right place. BUT the question is ... where is the right place? Is there a standard way to structure your Sass files?
Beginner Guides & Tutorials on Sass and Compass
Our beginner guides and tutorials have been written for those who are just getting started with Sass and Compass. In these guides and tutorials, we take into account that you might be just getting started so we do our best to be clear about the subject matter and the tools required to follow along. We do our best to not alienate anyone.
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It's well known that Sass is an efficient, realiable and precise tool which gives us great power and freedom to make CSS fun and less of a pain to author; however with great power comes responsibility.
So your friend, co-worker, web-buddy or whomever told you about Sass, Compass ... or both. Great! Now what? In this beginner guide we take you through the first steps of getting started with Sass and Compass. We walk you through installation, creating a test project, compiling your first lines Sass to CSS and we even "mixin" a little Sass history.