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Compiles .scss files to .css and enqueues them.

Can I use a child theme?

Yes, absolutely. Make sure you define your directories relative to your child theme and that your child theme is active. Otherwise you'll see an error regarding missing directories.

How do I @import subfiles

You can import other scss files into parent files and compile them into a single css file. To do this, use @import as normal in your scss file. All imported file names must start with an underscore. Otherwise they will be compiled into their own css file.

When importing in your scss file, you can leave off the underscore.

@import 'subfile';

Does this plugin support Compass?

Currently there isn't a way to fully support compass with a php compiler. If you want limited support, you can manually import the compass framework. You'll need both the _compass.scss and compass directory.

`compass / frameworks / compass / stylesheets /

@import 'compass';

Alternatively, you can include Bourbon in a similar fashion.

Can I use .sass syntax with this Plugin?

This plugin will only work with .scss format.

It's not updating my css, what's happening?

Do you have errors printing to the front end? If not, check your log file in your scss directory. The css will not be updated if there are errors in your sass file(s).

Make sure your directories are properly defined in the settings. Paths are defined from the root of the theme.

I'm having other issues and need help

If you are having issues with the plugin, create an issue on github, and we'll do our best to help.

Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-6-24
Downloads: 1,904

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