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Created in 2006, Sass has two syntaxes: the original (also called the "indented syntax") and SCSS, or "Sassy CSS," the more popular of the two, as it makes converting an existing website to Sass simple (by changing the file extension from .css to .scss). It doesn't depend on indentation — it's written just like CSS, making it easier to adopt.

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In this post I’ll show you 5 easy ways you can avoid the standard ‘Boostrap look’ and create a custom design.

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