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Deleting Sassy_s files. Sass is now included in Underscores.

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sabreuse committed Aug 11, 2014
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... is the Underscores base stylesheet refactored as scss partials.
... is retired.

(Underscores, if you don't know it, is a completely awesome starter theme for WordPress.)

Underscores now includes Sass files out of the box; to use them, go to and grab a fresh copy of the theme. You'll find the "Sassify" checkbox under the Advanced Options.

You will need to have Sass installed, if you don't already have it. (If you're new to Sass, start here: and here:

You'll also need a fresh copy of Underscores for each new project. I strongly recommend using to set up a customized copy for your project.

Now, clone me.

1. Drop the entire sassy_s folder into your theme folder.

2. *Before you start editing*, copy the header from your customized Underscores style.css to sassy_s/style.scss

3. From the command line:

cd path/to/your/theme
sass --watch sassy_s/style.scss:style.css

(Or use your preferred Sass GUI to set your input to the sassy_s directory and your output to the main stylesheet.)

4. sassy_s comes with a few examples of variables and mixins to get you started.
With that, there's no need to maintain this as a separate fork. So long and thanks for all the (Sassy) fish!

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