[seeditmaxi] Re: On the Go

  • From: Alberto Prato <alberto.prato@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: seeditmaxi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2010 20:11:20 +0100

Thank you Roy!
I will try to start with little steps follow your example about color
scheme..
And thanks to Sven too, for start think a new feature in SEEdit.


Alberto


On Sat, Dec 11, 2010 at 7:27 PM, Troy Rollins <troy_lists@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

>
>
> Alberto Prato wrote:
>
>> are you using LessCss? it's difficult to learn and what about real
>> advantages?
>>
>
> I was using LessCSS (and still am in one project), and have started using
> SASS.
>
> Less is quite easy to learn... particularly since any valid CSS is also
> valid LESS, so you can begin in very small steps... for instance, setting
> your main color scheme up as variables, which you can then easily replace
> throughout the site.
>
> This also makes it much easier to generate complimentary color shades - by
> just performing some LESS (or SASS) "math" on your other color values.
>
> Many frameworks... (ExtJs, SenchaTouch) are moving to a SASS-based system,
> so that modifying their themes is not an impossible task. With hundreds of
> classes, and thousands of lines of CSS, you really do need a way to modify
> things from the top, without worrying about the specific class
> implementations.
>
> It also handles more than colors... all aspects of CSS get benefits... for
> instance you can have a line, or border style, or thickness set up. You can
> then easily add and adjust that style to other elements on the page, with
> adjustments for each instance.
>
> I see Sven has just started a new thread about it...
>
>
> --
> Troy
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Post a Question ( new thread/subject ): seeditmaxi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Answer a Question: Reply
> To Unsubscribe/Subscribe visit:
> http://seeditmaxi.cachefly.net/freelist.html
>
>
>
>
>

Other related posts: