Switch from CSS to Sass in WordPress

This article originally appeared in issue 265 of net magazine

Every good developer knows to look for ways to reduce repetitious work and let their computer handle mundane, mindless tasks. CSS preprocessors like Sass give us several valuable tools to help automate the frontend coding process. For example, with Sass we can use variables. So instead of running a 'find and replace' command through a long CSS file to tweak a colour value, we can simply change the variable definition.

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