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CSS

.less tutorials on treehouse?

I'm looking for some tutorials on the Less css preprocessor. I know Treehouse covers Sass, but I haven't been able to find any on Less. Are there any that I missed?

1 Answer

Kevin Korte
Kevin Korte
28,135 Points

No Less, only Sass. But the Sass courses will help you still. You can go through the Sass, learn the logic, best practices, etc and than port that knowledge over to the Less syntax, which you should be able to pretty easily figure out with their documentation.

There are some differences/features between Sass and Less, but once you learn one, it'll make learning the ins and outs of the other much easier.

Thanks Kevin! I figured there would be a lot of cross over. I'll check out the Sass courses.