Nesting CSS Rules (PDF)

One of the most annoyingly repetitive aspects of CSS is writing selectors. This article, based on chapter 2 of Sass and Compass in Action, explains how Sass enables you to put rules within rules and then unpack these nested rules into CSS, eliminating all of that retyping of selectors.

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