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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Getting Started with Sass Installing and Using Sass

Kate Moore
Kate Moore
22,916 Points

PSA: windows users struggling with the console- consider trying Koala

Hey everyone, just wanted to give another solution to those struggling with the console. I know I was! After trying and failing to use scout and compass... I took a final attempt by downloading http://koala-app.com/ this worked like a charm and was up and running without even having to watch any setup tutorials! I'm excited to move on with these tutorials now!

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David Clausen
David Clausen
11,403 Points

I agree tools are great, so is Koala, great recommendation. In fact I also recommend checking out Compass too since its the standard use for scss/sass and lots of program integrate with it.

If your not just a front-end designer then: On the same stroke I feel if you are struggling with console then I recommend getting comfortable with it, as it is a assets and something you should know very well. Here are some links to go over console on windows. Console is a tool you will use regardless a lot on server side stuff, on batch files, even when deploying your webpage on linux or a headless server.