Launching {less} CSS Preprocessor Technique

XhtmlChop is ready to lauch {less} CSS Preprocessor option to its another PSD to Conversion services to ensure the best Optimized CSS Preprocessor Technique. Make your web pages more advanced and dynamic with {less} CSS structure and extended dynamic behavior.

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Top Benefits Of {less} CSS Preprocessor Technique

  • User-friendly & smarter stylesheet
  • Cleaner and clear structure with nesting
  • Variables & mixins for faster and dynamic maintenance
  • Reusing similar classes and styles, arrange in budle of mixins and variables.
  • Special dynamism with operations & functions
  • Pretty intuitive styling with the help of namespaces & accessors

We are here to answer your questions! Some common FAQs

1. What is {less}?
Its the dynamic stylesheet language. {Less}  extends CSS with dynamic behavior such as variables, mixins, operations and functions. {Less}  runs on both the server-side (with Node.js and Rhino) or client-side (modern browsers only).

{Less}   is open-source, with the recent version : 1.4.1

2. What applications and OS currently support the Retina display?
All Latest Browsers including devices support the {less} as its as simple as CSS technique. and all the matter of standards of HTML

3. What do you need to do for {less}?

Nothing, unless if you need have special names of variable or groups for mixins. Other than this if any special functionality is required which is part of {less} css, you need to specify the functionality.

For the references of functionality you can follow the sources below:
http://lesscss.org/#reference

4. Why do I need {less}?
{less} provides the following mechanisms:
variables
nesting
mixins
operators and
functions

The main difference between {less} and other CSS precompilers being that {less} allows real-time compilation via LESS.js by the browser.

{less} allows the dynamic editability options for dynamic stylesheet, with the help of variable and mixins etc.

5. Is there any special way to design psd file for {less}?
Yes. It is mandatory to maintain the consistency in the design, so as the repeating and common classes can be used and coded as variables.

The consistency stands in terms of –

  • Titles styling and colors
  • Box border, color and shadow
  • Font styling
  • Buttons
  • List and Bullets etc

6. Is there any Consequences or Drawback?
Additional to its beneficiaries, there are some drawback and cons as listed below –

  • File size is deceiving/uncertainity
  • More lengthy process
  • Hard to go back, due to blocks of variable and mixins
  • Variety of syntax
  • Rare possibility with team co-ordination

7. What is the turn-around for {less}?
Usually {less} is an additional work / re-work of CSS, which takes 1 day extra time additional to the actual timeframe of the usual conversion services.

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