Trying out Sass with CSS, part 2

Following up on the Sass Essentials course I watched, CSS to Sass: Converting an Existing Site which showed various techniques on converting an existing site from “vanilla css” to sass. As I mentioned before, WordPress themes utilize Sass, so if you choose to use the Underscores starter theme (which I’ve used on my own themes …

Trying out Sass with CSS, part 1

Last post I write about my growing interest in using Sass for CSS development. First I’ll review some of what I learned in the Sass Essentials Training course and then review my top takeaways from the CSS to Sass: Converting an Existing Site video course in part 2 of this series. In the Sass Essentials …

FreeCodeCamp: jQuery – Review

Just wanted to record everything I learned, although I took physical notes (ha! yes in the digital age, there are people still handwriting notes). The jQuery portion was a very high-level overview introducing functions and how they can be used to modify HTML/CSS and enhance the page. jQuery notes: All jQuery functions begin with $. …

An introduction to CSS preprocessors

I saw that one of the local bootcamps was hosting a crash course on Sass so I decided to enroll to see what it’s about. I have no experience with Sass and until I started googling it the night before the crash course, was absolutely confused about how it could help with css and what …