Hampton’s Open Source Feedback Process

Don’t simply complain about broken open source code, fix it! From the Camp Sass homepage source code: If anything is wrong with our wraps, vertical rhythm, retina icons, png compression, grammar, spacing, trapped whitespace, responsiveness, sushi rolling abilities, or nesting… then please follow the steps below. These are called the “Hampton’s Open Source Feedback Process” […]

This Blog Is Now Sassy – Install Sass on WebFaction

This past Tuesday I presented at a local Web Developers’ User Group about CSS preprocessors, specifically LESS and Sass (my notes). The advantages of using a preprocessor are significant, including the use of variables to reduce repetition (DRY), mixins to share blocks of properties, functions, and operators. I’ve been interested in them for a long […]