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Pacific Northwest Drupal Summit: Basic & SASS


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What is Basic? …

What is Basic?

Basic was originally developed for client projects. Originally a stripped down version of the ZEN theme, basic has now become its own concept of a theme starter. Basic boasts a clean HTML structure with extensible CSS classes and ID's for unlimited theming possibilities as well as a top-down load order for improved SEO.

Basic's goal is to provide themers the building blocks needed to get their designs up and running quickly and simply.

What is SASS?

Sass is a meta-language on top of CSS that’s used to describe the style of a document cleanly and structurally, with more power than flat CSS allows. Sass both provides a simpler, more elegant syntax for CSS and implements various features that are useful for creating manageable stylesheets.

What will I Learn?

We will guide you through using Basic with SASS and Compass to kick-start your next Drupal theming project and show you how easy it is to get started. We will also cover the syntax and file structure of using SASS and how to get your development environment up

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  • 1. What we'll Learn Learn the SASS Syntax Utilize Compass for compiling Take a look at Basic and learn how to put our knowledge to practice
  • 2. What is SASS? Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets.
  • 3. What is SASS? Sass makes CSS fun again.
  • 4. What is SASS? SCSS (Sassy CSS. Newer syntax) a superset of CSS3’s syntax SASS (Older syntax) uses indentation instead of brackets and semi-colons
  • 5. What is SASS? nested rules variables mixins selector inheritance
  • 6. Installing SASS need Ruby, Gem, and HAML OSX: ruby-rubygems-and-rails-on-snow-leopard Linux: you probably can figure this out.... Windows: good luck...
  • 7. What is Compass? Compass is a stylesheet authoring tool that uses the Sass stylesheet language to make your stylesheets smaller and your web site easier to maintain.
  • 8. Installing Compass gem install compass
  • 9. What we'll use Compass for... automajically compile our SASS files # Require any additional compass plugins here. project_type = :stand_alone # Set this to the root of your project when deployed: http_path = "/" css_dir = "css" sass_dir = "sass" images_dir = "images" javascripts_dir = "js" output_style = :compact # To enable relative paths to assets via compass helper functions. Uncomment: # relative_assets = true
  • 10. But... as of SASS 3... files prefixed with underscore are ignored. sass --watch sass:css (sassdir:outputdir)
  • 11. Examples: Nested Rules SASSSCSS table.hl { margin: 2em 0; td.ln { text-align: right; } } li { font: { family: serif; weight: bold; size: 1.2em; } } table.hl margin: 2em 0 td.ln text-align: right li font: family: serif weight: bold size: 1.2em
  • 12. Examples: Nested Rules table.hl { margin: 2em 0; } table.hl td.ln { text-align: right; } li { font-family: serif; font-weight: bold; font-size: 1.2em; } CSS
  • 13. Examples: Variables SASSSCSS $blue: #3bbfce; $margin: 16px; .content-navigation { border-color: $blue; color: darken($blue, 9%); } .border { padding: $margin / 2; margin: $margin / 2; border-color: $blue; } $blue: #3bbfce $margin: 16px .content-navigation border-color: $blue color: darken($blue, 9%) .border padding: $margin / 2 margin: $margin / 2 border-color: $blue
  • 14. Examples: Variables .content-navigation { border-color: #3bbfce; color: #2b9eab; } .border { padding: 8px; margin: 8px; border-color: #3bbfce; } CSS
  • 15. Examples: Mixins SASSSCSS @mixin table-base { th { text-align: center; font-weight: bold; } td, th {padding: 2px} } @mixin left($dist) { float: left; margin-left: $dist; } #data { @include left(10px); @include table-base; } @mixin table-base th text-align: center font-weight: bold td, th padding: 2px @mixin left($dist) float: left margin-left: $dist #data @include left(10px) @include table-base
  • 16. Examples: Mixins #data { float: left; margin-left: 10px; } #data th { text-align: center; font-weight: bold; } #data td, #data th { padding: 2px; } CSS
  • 17. Examples: Selector Inheritance SASSSCSS .error { border: 1px #f00; background: #fdd; } .error.intrusion { font-size: 1.3em; font-weight: bold; } .badError { @extend .error; border-width: 3px; } .error border: 1px #f00 background: #fdd .error.intrusion font-size: 1.3em font-weight: bold .badError @extend .error border-width: 3px
  • 18. Examples: Selector Inheritance .error, .badError { border: 1px #f00; background: #fdd; } .error.intrusion, .badError.intrusion { font-size: 1.3em; font-weight: bold; } .badError { border-width: 3px; } CSS
  • 19. Examples: Conditional Statements SASS =views-row($margin: $baseline, $divide: false, $border_color: #CCC) +pie-clearfix @if $divide border-bottom: 1px solid $border_color margin-bottom: $margin * 0.5 @else margin-bottom: $margin * 0.5 p &:last-of-type margin-bottom: 0 #main-content .item +views-row($baseline, true, $brand_blue)
  • 20. Other Languages SASS, Less, Turbine, Switch CSS, CSS Cacheer, CSSPP, ... and more.
  • 21. Convert! $ css2sass input output (older syntax) $ sassconvert [options] input output (newer syntax)$ sass-convert --from less --to scss --recursive .
  • 22. Convert! Textmate Bundle Foldable Blocks in Texmate
  • 23. Drupal Resources Compass: Basic: Less: