Test Yourself: SASS Preprocessing

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You've learned a lot so we've got a lot of questions for you to answer. Some of these things may not have been covered explicitly in the readings or assignments so it may be worth looking them up if you don't know!

Introduction to SASS

  • What does SASS stand for?
  • What is meant by a preprocessor?
  • What advantages does SASS have over CSS?

SASS Features

  • What file extension does SASS use?
  • What is another popular CSS preprocessor? Why do we prefer SASS?
  • How do you go about installing and running SASS?
  • What is the advantage of nesting selectors in SASS?
  • What is the syntax for creating a variable in SASS?
  • What is the advantage to using SASS operators? How does this differ from the CSS calc() function?
  • What is the @import directive and what does it do?
  • What is a @mixin? How can you reuse code with SASS mixins?
  • How would you go about using SASS inheritance?
  • What are a few SASS best practices?
  • Why is it generally a best practice to use $kebab-case in SASS?


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