Ubuntu Sass Css Preprocessor Installation & Getting-Started Guide

December 1, 2013 | By thelinuxevangelist | 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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