Photo by Steve Harvey on Unsplash
Photo by Steve Harvey on Unsplash

Sass (Syntactically awesome style sheets) is a scripting language that is interpreted or compiled into Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Sass extends CSS by providing several mechanisms available in more traditional programming languages, particularly object-oriented languages, but that are not available to CSS3 itself. SassScript provides the following mechanisms: variables, nesting, mixins, and selector inheritance.



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Karen Freeman-Smith lives near Portland, OR with her partner, two grown children (in and out of the basement), and a cat named Shiva. Karen maintains two personal websites as well as several topical websites about: Programming, Web Development, Foreign Languages, International Students, Fiction Writing, and Typing.
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