Posts by author: Sarah Parker

Setting Up Less.js on Client Side: A How to Guide

CSS3 provides several exciting possibilities to enhance the visual aesthetics of a design. In fact, it has gained wide popularity because of the ease it provides in making the changes – that are otherwise difficult to achieve using the JavaScript plugins. However, it has some limitations as well. Working on complex CSS files (ideally the one having a thousand lines of code) can give you a hard time (especially if you’re just a rookie developer). But, thanks to Less.js, you can write learner code in a quick manner, and more importantly, you can extend CSS capability.

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