LESS is an extension to the CSS language to add support for variables, nested rules, mixins and operations
It uses current CSS 2 & 3 syntax.
LESS stands for Leaner CSS.
Just rename a normal .css file into .less and run it through a LESS interpreter.
This library will take the inputted LESS code and transform it to CSS.
Eventually, as it is developed, this JS version will take over for the Ruby gem/library, and will be the only one continued to version 2.
Here are some key features of "less.js":
· Nested Rules
· Its own .LESS file format
· Runs on server (with node.js) and client side
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed critical bug with mixin call if using multiple brackets.
· When using the filter contrast function, the function is passed through if the first argument is not a color.