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Get nestled with LESS

Get nestled with LESS: CSS Shorts Weekly
Get nestled with LESS: CSS Shorts Weekly

In CSS, writing specific selectors requires that you repeat selector names quite a few times—once for each rule, in fact. LESS allows us to nest selectors when writing our CSS, and once compiled, the resulting CSS will contain the more verbose rules required by a web browser. We covered a similar technique in a previous episode using SASS, instead of LESS.

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Skill Level Intermediate
3h 58m
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Web Web Development CSS

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