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WP-SCSS

Compiles .scss files to .css and enqueues them.

Average Rating
4.7 out of 5 stars
WOAAAAAAAAAA!!!
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I love this plugin! :') Its a DREAM!
BEST!!! BEST!!! BEST!! ***********************************!

Awesome plugin for compiling SASS
By , for WP 4.2.2

It's perfect for front end developer teams. They work with they own compiled .css and tools (prepross, codekit...) and in the development env and production env you install this plugin.

Autodetect changes :)

Plugin Crashes Server
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No idea why, but the plugin crashes my server upon activation.

Superb! An essential development plugin
By , for WP 4.1.2

Another brilliantly simple and well executed plugin which I use daily!

No more offline compiling, mounting or messy CSS.

Great plugin
By , for WP 4.1

Great plugin, doing exactly what I spent last few hours having headache with - compiling your SCSS into CSS, into specified path. Thank you!

Very smooth installation - it just works
By , for WP 4.0

It's like magic, watching and compiling SCSS. Took less than a minute to get up and running. Amazing for dev workflow.

DOPE!
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This is DOPE! It simplified my process alot !

Exactly what I was looking for
By , for WP 3.9.1

I use this plugin since approximately half a year, and I love it. Any change to a SASS-File is automatically compiled into the CSS-File during the next Site-Refresh. If you make a mistake, it shows usefull Error-Reports. I actually try to avoid the use of plugins, but this plugin is core in any project for me.

By the way: If you still write pure CSS in your projects, you should change to SASS now! Not tomorrow! Now! Dont waste any more time ;-)

This is perfect.
By , for WP 3.9.1

This is perfect.

Far and away the simplest-to-use SCSS plugin for WordPress
By , for WP 3.8.1

Like many developers (from the forums I've read), I've wanted to start using scss, but it didn't really fit into my workflow. This plugin completely solved that problem for me – and will be installed on every site I build from here on out, because it worked so easily and completely.

Everything else out there I've tried (and there are a number of them) either require Compass installed on the server, require you to manually add to your theme's functions.php file (makes me nervous, because shouldn't the plugin be doing that for you??), or requires you to do some extensive setup.

This one's a breeze: install, set your scss and css directories, and presto, you're live! It even enqueues your stylesheets for you, (even without having to enter their names), and supports @includes, two other things none of the other plugins out there do.

NOTE: I don't know the plugin author, but I contacted him on Twitter about a problem I was having, and he was incredibly helpful (the problem was entirely my fault, not an issue with the plugin).

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