`sass-convert` binary bundled with `sass` gem don't longer support `--from less` for conversion. Problem : I got some .less files to convert to .scss . As I know there's [some less to sass port](https://github.com/jlong/sass-twitter-bootstrap) for Twitter Bootstrap I guess there's some way to still get some conversion with some tool. So here's my call to Forrst community, did you know any tool to do that ? _n.b : I wanna convert files from Designmodo_
I am completely amazed when I realize that among the 2 billion packs and various icons, there is no icon symbolizing disability and disabled people. so I call you today because I need to differentiate such a icon in a list in a disabled sportsmen compete competition. Thx a lot
I just discover a nice set of classes for responsive work with images. It's not always appropriate to just resize the entire image when the canvas goes small, it's can be REALLY interesting on keep the original size but zoom on the focal point. That's what this set of css classes do.
Each icon is a single Photoshop shape layer, meaning they can be scaled up—and down—without loss of quality. Adding layer styles and blend modes is also a breeze. The download includes the Batch PSD, SVGs (128x128) and PNGs (16x16, 32x32, 64x64). Batch is now free, [read why](http://adamwhitcroft.com/2012/11/on-batch/).
Hi everybody, Today my problem is an agency who send us a crappy multi-layered fireworks png PSD to make some integration work. Problem is, they want a very clean and particular style on their select element into forms and I can't figure out what's the better/worstless solution to do it and stay cross-browser compatible.
Another discover sharing , a jQuery plugin that uses the CSS3 image filters to replicate the tilt-shift effect. **Limitation :** Only works with **Chrome & Safari 6** (read latest webkit). > CSS3 filters are not widely supported, and Firefox/Mozilla only support SVG's for its mask property (to my knowledge). Thanks to [Noel Tock](http://www.noeltock.com/) to write this nice Proof of Concept and share it with us.
Prism is a new lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter, built with modern web standards in mind. It’s a spin-off from Dabblet and is tested there daily by thousands. Not my work , but still interesting to share :) Any experience & advice are welcome