• Websites using Less

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    Less is a language extension which is available for CSS. The full form of Less is Leaner Style Sheets. It is a popular tool used by developers that comes with several language features, built-in functions and third-party tools. It comes with several functions such as logical functions, string functions, list functions, math functions, type functions, misc functions, color definition functions, color channel functions and color operation functions. It comes with a long list of frameworks and components along with grid systems and mixin libraries. Less also comes with several Editors, IDEs and Editor plugins. It comes with postprocessor plugins, preprocessors along with import plugins.

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    Less history

    Less is a dynamic stylesheet language that was initially developed by Alexis Sellier in 2009. It was created as a solution to some of the limitations of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and aimed to provide additional features and capabilities for styling web pages.

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    Websites using Less

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    Technologies

    armordoors.com

    9

    roederaue-broschueren.com

    6

    anadegas.com

    6

    lombarditravel.com

    6

    grittiagrimensura.com

    6

    tabashop.com

    7

    http://happytailsbelgium.com/

    6

    satyachatillon.art

    7

    truefield-analyzer.com

    6

    petshopegypt.com

    7

  • Less Variations

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  • Less 2

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  • Less 3

  • Less 3.1

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  • Less 4

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  • Less 5

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    ✨ Facts about Less

    1. Less is a dynamic stylesheet language that is an extension of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). It allows developers to use variables, mixins, functions, and perform operations to create well-structured and maintainable CSS code.
    
    2. Less was created by Alexis Sellier in 2009 and is open-source, meaning the technology is freely available for anyone to use, study, or modify.
    
    3. Less utilizes a compiler that translates Less code into standard CSS code. This means that web browsers can still interpret the styling as they do not natively support Less.
    
    4. Less supports nesting, which makes it easier to manage and write cleaner code. Instead of having to repeat selectors multiple times, developers can simply nest their styling rules within parent elements.
    
    5. Less has a large and active community of developers, which has contributed to its growth in popularity. The language has extensive documentation and multiple plugins for text editors and task runners, making it easier to integrate Less into a developer's workflow.
    
    

    Frequently Asked questions

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    Alternatives to Less

    ✨ Top alternatives of Less from web

    1.

    Sass

    2.

    PostCSS

    3.

    Stylus

    4.

    CSS-in-JS

    5.

    CSS Modules

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