Why I am using
After writing code for lots of websites in
vanilla CSS, I understood that I am doing something wrong. I was given a lot of time to debug a very simple problem.
Then after I discovered
sass/scss way back in 2019, and for the last 3 years, I am writing styles in
scss. Because this solved a lot of my problems. And, debugging code is also much easier in it and it saves my time. I can create re-useable components in it. Which is also a very lifesaver thing for a programmer.
*NOTE: * I hope you all know how to initialize a
sass/scss project, If you want to learn it then please do let me know in the comment.
Folder structure which I personally use.
So basically when I start a project, I create a root directory with the name
sass/scss. Inside it, I create 5 folders, and 1 file main.scss.
I will talk about each folders and file one by one below.
**main.scss** : In
main.scss I used to import all the
@import 'abstracts/variables'; @import 'abstracts/functions'; @import 'abstracts/mixins'; @import 'base/reset'; @import 'base/typography'; @import 'components/card'; @import 'components/button'; @import 'components/form'; @import 'components/carousel'; @import 'layout/grid'; @import 'layout/header'; @import 'layout/navigation'; @import 'layout/sidebar'; @import 'pages/about'; @import 'pages/auth'; @import 'pages/contact';
abstracts : This folder contains all the sass helpers you can create for your project. We create variables, functions and mixins etc. in it.
base : This folder contains code for reset and typography.
_reset.scss is responsible to reset
CSS styles. eg. text decoration for
a tag and list style for
components : This folder contains some re-useable UI components like we need buttons on almost every page and also in the header and footer. So we create files like buttons, cards, carousels, forms and modals etc.
layout : This folder contains all styles necessary for the layout of the site, eg. header, footer, sidebar.
pages : This folder contains styles for individual pages, like the about page, contact page, auth page etc.
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Top comments (2)
You can try
@import. Here is an explanation
Yes, we can also use