Ubuntu Sass Css Preprocessor Installation & Getting Started Guide

December 1, 2013 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Install Sass on Ubuntu Linux

The Guide shows you How to Install and Quick Start with Sass Css Preprocessor on Ubuntu Linux.

Sass is a Widely Used Meta-Language that is the Commonly Described as Css Preprocessor.

To Make a Sass File Take any existing CSS file and Change the file Extension from .css to .scss. Then You can Start to Add Sass Extra Functionality.

To the How to Install Sass on Ubuntu Bottom Link to Getting-Started with Sass and Compass Meta-Languages.

Sass Ubuntu Install Getting-Started - Featured
  1. Open Terminal Window
    (Press “Enter” to Execute Commands).


    Sass Ubuntu Install Getting-Started - Open Terminal
  2. Install Sass Ruby Gem

    sudo su -c "gem install sass"

    How to Managing Multiple Rubies with RVM on Ubuntu

    Quick-Start Ruby RVM for Ubuntu
  3. Getting-Started with Sass Meta-Language Preprocessor

    Sass Quick Start Guide
  4. How to Getting-Started with Compass on Ubuntu:

    Compass Ubuntu Quick Start

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