• Aaron WadeAaron Wade, 9 years ago (edited 9 years ago )

    I've read a lot that people are moving on since it's the 'older' syntax. I would imagine its easier for those getting into preprocessors to use Scss since they can drop their normal CSS in, and start enhancing it from there.

    I really like Sass. Much more simple. The indentation is strict and forces you to make it nice and clean. I gave it up for the same reason you're talking about. Everyone seems to be using Scss.

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    • Daniel WinterDaniel Winter, 9 years ago

      this. It's really awesome that you drop your pure css in and just start using it. especially when extending other stuff. I tend to use purecss.io, but there seems to be no sass/scss version of it, so I simply download the css, rename it to scss and import it into my main scss file. This way I can exten from it without even worrying about compiling and such.

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