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files. This might make it difficult to find out where in your original files the
particular rule would be found.
Where to learn?
If you are interested in learning more about these languages, read on for some good
places to get started.
Sass
The official website is sass-lang.com . Chris Coyier has a good introduction video
on Sass at css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/88-intro-to-compass-
sass/ .
Less
The official website is lesscss.org . A video overview of Less is available at
net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/html-css-techniques/quick-tip-you-
need-to-check-out-less-js/ .
Stylus
The official official website is at learnboost.github.com/stylus . A video over-
view of Stylus is available at thechangelog.com/post/3036532096/stylus-
expressive-robust-feature-rich-css-language .
Using HTML5 Boilerplate with style languages
If you are fairly confident in navigating your way with any of these languages, then
you could use any of the available ports that we will look at next, to start your pro-
jects:
Sass
There is a fairly up-to-date port of HTML5 Boilerplate to Sass requiring Compass
, which is a framework on top of Sass at github.com/sporkd/compass-htm-
l5-boilerplate .
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