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CSS CSS to Sass Refactoring with Sass Breaking the Style Sheet into Partials

Jimmy Maurice
Jimmy Maurice
9,379 Points

Take the course : "Modular Css with Sass" before or after this one ?

Hi ! All is in the question above ! I was just asking me in which order to see this both courses for a better anderstanding. It looks to be a detail but i don't know.. What's the best approach ? Thanks !

3 Answers

Jonathan Grieve
MOD
Jonathan Grieve
Treehouse Moderator 90,705 Points

I concur with Guil.

I took Modular CSS before this course came out and taking this course gave me a new perspective on Modular which I found tricky at first. :-)

Guil Hernandez
STAFF
Guil Hernandez
Treehouse Teacher

Hi Jimmy Maurice,

It's best to take the course after CSS to Sass. :)

Enyel Cuadro
Enyel Cuadro
12,884 Points

Should i take "CSS to Sass" first or "Sass Basics"?

Jimmy Maurice
Jimmy Maurice
9,379 Points

Ok cool. Thanks Guil Hernandez. :)

I agree Jonathan Grieve. It's a little tricky at first. I began to work on a new project in plain css and now i realize how it could be handy and more maintenable to refactor it with Sass. The problem is.. where to begin ? And then i found this both courses. Excellent ! :) So, first.. "CSS to Sass" and then "Modular css with Sass". Good !