- LESS CSS... [5 Updates]
- Albert Listy <email@example.com> Apr 11 10:47AM -0600
Just wondering, has anyone used this?
Yes or no, what are your thoughts?
- Vasyl Baryshev <firstname.lastname@example.org> Apr 11 12:51PM -0400
I did. Had limited success - you have to be careful because some doctypes and browsers don't support it.
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- Artist <email@example.com> Apr 11 12:13PM -0500
Not yet, Looks interesting. I've always wanted variables in HTML, then in
CSS. This seems to provide that. But I think you still have to include a
fallback design? It might not work so hot on mobile platforms. Right now,
that's what I am concentrating on, mobile sites & design.
- COGO Jamieson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Apr 11 09:42PM +0100
I prefer compass. Less just isn't as good
- Stuart Moules <email@example.com> Apr 11 11:23PM +0100
Maybe it could save bandwidth looking at the link a: mark ups and hash
color tags. But I think it depends on the size of the parent css and js
file for 'Less'. So is Less more; I don't know.
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