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SASS Compiler

Description

Write SASS, edit your variables and compile your stylesheet from your dashboard.

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  • Register and enqueue your SASS sheets the same way you would do for your CSS.

    `
    

    wp_enqueue_style( ‘my-sass-handle’, ‘http://example.com/css/mystyle.scss’, $deps, $ver, $media );
    `

  • Configure the plugin with the sass_configuration filter.

    Configuration of the plugin is optional, but you should at least register your variables if you are using a CSS framework.

  • Set a SASS variable value

    `
    

    sass_set( $variable, $value );
    `

  • Get a SASS variable value

    `
    

    sass_get( $variable );
    `

You will most likely use these functions in your theme’s functions.php.

The plugin uses the scssphp Compiler.

Screenshots

  • The 'Compiler' page
  • The 'Variables' page after configuration

Installation

  1. Upload sass-compiler to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Find the plugin’s pages under the new ‘SASS’ menu

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Changelog

1.0

  • Initial commit