Susy 2.1.2

In a world of agile development and super-tablet-multi-magic-laptop-phones, the best layouts can’t be contained in a single framework or technique. CSS Libraries are a bloated mess of opinions about how to do your job. Why let the table-saw tell you where to put the kitchen?

Your markup, your design, your opinions | our math.

Note

These docs are focussed on Susy 2.1.2. See the Susy One documentation for help with earlier versions of Susy.

ToDo

These are the features we’re working on next:

  • Add IE support to new syntax.
  • Move SusyOne syntax onto new math/output modules.
  • Add padding/margin options to the span mixin, for simpler output.

We’re always happy to hear your ideas as well. Leave us a note on GitHub Issues, or fork our code, and submit a pull request!

Note

This isn’t neverland, and Susy isn’t magic. We’re still talking about web design in a world where browsers disagree on implementation, standards are not always the standard, and your Sass code compiles into Boring Old CSS.

Don’t rely on Susy to solve all your problems — the table-saw can’t build your house for you. If you don’t understand what Susy is doing, take a look at the output CSS files, dig around, and find your own path. Nothing here is sacred, just a set of tools to help make your life easier.