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Handy Sass Mixins

Mixins are a Sass feature that enables blocks of code to be re-used with slight variations. They are really powerful and are a core tool in writing modular and maintainable code. In this video we'll cover a whole heap of handy mixins to help you out in all sorts of aspects of crafting styles for a project.

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Latest Article

AtoZ Sass Intro: Sass Variables, Mixins and Nested Selectors

In this final part of our 4-part series you'll learn about some of the fundamental Sass features including variables, nested selectors and mixins. There's lots more to come in the up coming video series too but this is a great place to start.

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Weekly CSS News

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  • Details of the latest videos, articles, books and courses published on AtoZ CSS.
  • A curated list of blog posts, articles, tools and resources from around the web.
  • Industry news, conference and event information.

Dive deeper into CSS with AtoZ Books

Blog posts and screencasts are great for quick learning and keeping up to date with what's happening in the industry but they can only go into so much detail.

For more in depth learning, check out AtoZ CSS Books.

Need to start using Sass but not sure where or how to start? Grab a copy of Up and Running with Sass for a practical step-by-step introduction to this powerful preprocessor.

Want to improve your understanding of document flow and create all manner of modern layouts with CSS? Learn the fundamental building blocks of CSS layout; inline elements, block elements, how the cascade works, all about float, inline-block and CSS positioning in the CSS Layout and Document Flow book. There's a whole practical section which steps through the process of writing the CSS for a whole website and then a final section all about CSS of the future - flexbox and the new grid layout spec.

If you prefer watching to reading, there’s also a 90-minute video series to accompany the practical section of the book. How handy is that?

You can check out screenshots from the book and watch a sample video before checking out with Stripe.

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