Sassaparilla is a fast way to start your responsive web design projects that harnesses the power of Sass and Compass.
It’s not a boilerplate or a theme, it is a set of default rules and style – a nice refreshing root beer.
Sassaparilla uses the power of Sass via SCSS and Compass to create flexible stylesheets that we can re-use and add to over time.
Pondasee is NOT a CSS framework, it is only our front-end development starter kit combined with the power of SCSS & Compass to build theme and website templates. If you want to use this project as your starting point, you need to know basic knowledge of Compass and Sass.
Pondasee is made to help front-end or developer to accelerate their work-flow in making web application. Use Pondasee, it will be perfect for your starting point.
Pondasee made with Compass dan SCSS language. Nested rules, variables, mixins, selector inheritance in Scss/Sass makes coding CSS faster, more efficient and your stylesheets easier to organize and maintain.
The technique of stitching many images into a larger image is called CSS Sprite and it saves you many network calls for your image assets.
CSS Sprites is one of the best way to optimize your stylesheets and improve your site performance. Greepit has shared couple of useful resources that can help you create CSS sprites.
- Combine Background Images Into A CSS Sprite: SpriteMe
- Handle Base 64 Data URIs In Stylesheets: Spritebaker
It generates a sprite image for each folder (e. g. “bottles” and “cans”).