[Chugalug] Drupal:Zen like themes without Ruby?
seabre986 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 03:06:21 UTC 2013
Just a note on top of that to be less confusing. CSS is interchangeable
with less and sass, but less and sass are not interchangeable with each
other. So, if you had a theme with plain old css stylesheets, you'd be
golden, but if they're less or sass, you're pretty much stuck with their
less or sass stylesheets. You could compile them, and probably work from
that. Mostly depends on what's going on in your solution stack. But, it's
not really worth it unless you *really *had to.
On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 9:19 PM, Sean Brewer <seabre986 at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's not really hard. At all. Literally just changing the file extension
> will do it, and having sass watch for changes in way that fits your
> workflow. But, if you're just modifying a theme, there's almost no point to
> it unless you plan on making a lot of changes.
> As far as themes go, I mostly implement designs from mockups on top of
> foundation or twitter bootstrap.
> I did, however, move a purchased theme to sass over into into a rails
> project, and sass caught a *really* subtle syntax issue with one of the
> stylesheets. So, there's that.
> On Thu, Jan 31, 2013 at 8:53 PM, Lee Walker <mrscumbagtoyou at gmail.com>wrote:
>> but unless your base theme uses it, it'll be hard to crowbar it in.
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