LESS, the dynamic style sheet language is a new paradigm in web design. In our previous articles, you have learn about LESS, variables, mixins, and its nested rules. LESS is compiled at run time into CSS. Since this does not work in all browsers, there is every indication, namely to write LESS to use in live performance but pure CSS. These must be recompiled from LESS to CSS.
Less is a user friendly, dynamic stylsheet languages which approaches CSS preprocessor. As we know the one of the best feature of any CSS preprocessor is the ability to create mixins, which allows to embed all properties of a class into another class by including the class name as one of its properties, as seen in the example below. (more…)
We continue on our LESS articles series, In our previous articles you have read LESS introduction, Variables and Mixins. Here in this article we will learn about LESS Nested Rules which surely will help you write extremely clean and shorter style sheets.
We continue on our LESS articles series, In our previous two articles you have read introduction of LESS and about its Variables. Here in article we learn about LESS Mixins, an extremely powerful component of LESS. (more…)
We continue on our LESS articles series, today we learn about LESS Variables. If you haven’t read Learning LESS: An Introduction, be sure to read that first to cover some intro to this topic. (more…)
LESS, the dynamic stylesheet language is a new paradigm in CSS. Here we’re going to start a series of articles that will focus on LESS, the dynamic language that will improve your CSS skills. Actually LESS extends CSS with dynamic behaviors, such as variables, mixins, operations and functions within your CSS. It’s extremely powerful and can dramatically speed up your development. There is a little bit of a learning curve to it, but once you wrap your head around it, you won’t type CSS again without using LESS. LESS runs on both the server-side or client-side. (more…)