CSS/SASS

CSS/SASS

CSS/SASS

The presentation of a document written in a markup language can be described using Cascading Style Sheets, or generally known as CSS. CSS is compatible with almost every browser and platform and allows a logical structure separation of the web page. You can use CSS to give the website a specific look and design a website with a unique appearance on a particular device or screen size. Once a batch of code completes, you can use it for designing for different platforms and devices which saves time and costs for maintenance. You can use CSS to create shorter lines of coding behind your webpages and lower the download time. Since you place CSS separately, it only gets downloaded once and need not be downloaded every time user visit your website.

CSS has control over text to spacing and scaling of the whole page, which is helpful in designing the website in a manner you want the website to be. A fascinating advantage of CSS is that it presents you the option to make your pages printable. Visitors on your website won’t have to look for any specific feature to print your web page, and they can print out pages from their browser with ease.

At Boffin Coders, we provide designing service with Cascading Style Sheets and Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets (CSS and SASS). We can help you enjoy all the benefits of CSS, and on the plus side, we can help you with using variables, mathematical operations, loops, functions, imports, and other functions with SASS. SASS is a CSS pre-processor and thus is easy to learn and implement. It acts as an extension to CSS properties by adding functions of basic programming language. .

Our developers have experience of using different functions, especially the nested functions. SASS allows introducing nesting to the code which is helpful in finely customising an element. It also makes it easier to make any changes to an element for a particular function. Our developers can separate common and specific features to make maintenance easier in the future. SASS makes it easier to divide code into smaller parts which are hard to handle using CSS, but fortunately, SASS has the @import rule that makes the task quick. A website acts as a mirror image of your business, and the better you can display it, the more are the chances of people to put their trust in your services