Sass mixin examples and recipes that you can use or modify to suit your needs. Send a request for commit access to add your own. Most of these mixins are now part of my Compass project
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feedback-tab refinements based on actual usage. Aug 11, 2010
file-field-mask Updated file field mask to support IE7 Aug 18, 2011
hover-visibility Make this recipe have a working example. Aug 11, 2010
images added file field mask recipe Jun 2, 2011
multi-line-button mult-line-button-tweaks Oct 19, 2010
progress-bar
search-input
timing-functions timing functions May 7, 2011
.gitignore No cache files. Aug 11, 2010
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Gemfile Edited Gemfile via GitHub Jun 3, 2011
Gemfile.lock
README.markdown Add bundler commands to Readme Jun 3, 2011
Rakefile
config.rb Use compass to compile in place. Aug 11, 2010

README.markdown

This project is a collection of Sass snippets that you can use or learn from.

All contributions are entered into the public domain and the authors relinquish all copyrights.

Open to All

Anyone who forks this project and submits a patch and pull request will be given commit access after the first patch is accepted.

Have Fun

Think of this as a wiki that you can check out.

Generally useful recipes might be added to compass.

Building

You can (re-)build the recipes by running:

bundle install bundle exec rake

Adding Recipes to the Live Demo

After committing and pushing your changes to the master branch, all html and css files will be transferred to/updated on the github pages branch when you run:

bundle exec rake pages

Afterwards, you'll be on the gh-pages branch where you can edit the index.html file to add links, etc and then push the update.