Tag Archives: CSS

LESS – Leaner CSS

LESS - Leaner CSSIf you’re used to work with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) files, for sure that you’ve already wondered if wouldn’t it be cool if CSS supported variables?

Well, I’ve got news for you: now it does!

LESS or Leaner CSS if you prefer, is an extension of CSS which allows you to use variables, mixins, operations and nested rules. It was inspired by its predecessors – especially SASS, a ruby project which provides an alternative to a lot of the common problems CSS designers and web developers face when developing huge applications.

One of it’s great characteristics is that it is as seamless as possible with CSS, which is great, that way you don’t have to learn a whole new language. Which for me at first sight, was a turnoff in SASS.

You can read more about it in here

The Art & Science of CSS

The American publisher SitePoint is offering the book “The Art & Science of CSS” for a limited time.

To get your copy, simply access the page and follow the company profile on Twitter, or give your e-mail address in the box e-mail.

The promotion ends in about 9 days!

I alreay own a copy, if you want to save $29.95, then, be quick and get yours as fast as you can!