2013 Stanford Drupal Camp Has Ended

NOTE: This website is an archive of the 2013 Stanford Drupal Camp. The current year's Stanford Drupal Camp website is at http://drupalcamp.stanford.edu


From animations to rending effects to manipulating our layouts across a variety of devices, CSS lets us do more with the web than ever before. But with greater functionality comes greater complexity. How can we write and manage our CSS so that it stays light and readable for humans to understand, but also leverage all the capabilities available to us?

Luckily for us there is Sass.

In this session, we'll introduce the basics of Sass: nesting, mixins, extends, and how they make our project CSS easier to read, write, and maintain. We'll take a look at how Sass makes coding for responsive design easier. Lastly, we'll also walk attendees through how to get started using Sass with their own Drupal projects.

While the session will be geared for beginners to Sass, a knowledge of plain old regular CSS and familiarity with the basics of Drupal theming will be necessary for full benefit.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
6 April 11:15 - 12:00