- LESS CSS... [1 Update]
- Aaron Craig <email@example.com> Apr 11 07:05PM +0200
I use it all the time now and it's awesome.
The comment about it not being supported by browsers and doctypes shows a
certain ignorance of what LESS actually is. It is a preprocessor, or a
program that reads LESS (not CSS) files and transforms them into plain old
CSS. However, it allows you to write more compact CSS code, and reuse bits
of it in all sorts of ways, making the development go much quicker.
It produces only what you put in, so writing standard CSS or not is still
competely in your hands! :)
Performance International / Evolving Design
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