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I have been working on an e-commerce site using the SHOPP plugin. Along with that, I am using jQuery UI to create tabs. Shopp and jQuery UI come with CSS files. And the layout from the site designer is fairly complex. Even the pages with tabs may have different fonts and different numbers of tabs. The result of all this is a lot of CSS with too much specificity and lacking in efficiency. What to do?
Well, for one, I am trying out SASS. I am hoping this will allow me to better organize my files, get rid of redundancies and improve the overall efficiency. Since this is my first foray into SASS, I will need to re-assess once the project is complete.
Just a thought on what I am working these days. I have been spending my time putting together an e-commerce site for Flutterlights which sell fabulous custom candles. You get to pick just a wild variety of colors and scents like blackberry pie a la mode!