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Variables

When using Sass, you can change the color scheme of your site extremely quickly. Below is a very small sample of what you can change through sass in _variables.scss.


  $primary-color: color("materialize-red", "lighten-2") !default;
  $primary-color-light: false !default;
  $primary-color-dark: false !default;
  @if not $primary-color-light {
    $primary-color-light: lighten($primary-color, 15%);
  }
  @if not $primary-color-dark {
    $primary-color-dark: darken($primary-color, 15%);
  }
  $secondary-color: color("teal", "lighten-1") !default;
  $success-color: color("green", "base") !default;
  $error-color: color("red", "base") !default;

  $link-color: color("light-blue", "darken-1") !default;

  /*** More variables not shown here.. ***/
        

Media Queries

We have 3 media queries for the 3 standard screen sizes you can use in your custom Sass files. This also includes media query variables that will define the range.

Small screens are defined as having a max-width of 600px
Medium screens are defined as having a max-width of 992px
Large screen are defined as having a min-width of 993px
Extra Large screen are defined as having a min-width of 1200px

CSS


  /* These classes can be added to HTML Elements
   * to affect visibility on certain displays.
   */
  .hide-on-small-only
  .hide-on-small-and-down
  .hide-on-med-and-down
  .hide-on-med-and-up
  .hide-on-med-only
  .hide-on-large-only
  .show-on-large
  .show-on-medium
  .show-on-small
  .show-on-medium-and-up
  .show-on-medium-and-down
            

Sass


  @media #{$small-and-down} {
    // styles for small screens and down
  }
  @media #{$medium-and-up} {
    // styles for medium screens and larger
  }
  @media #{$medium-and-down} {
    // styles for medium screens and down
  }
  @media #{$large-and-up} {
    // styles for large screens and up
  }
  @media #{$extra-large-and-up} {
    // styles for extra large screens and up
  }
            

Prefixer

One major goal of this framework is to be as adaptable as possible which includes cross browser compatibility. We have adapted a prefixer script to Sass which will automatically add all browser prefixes for certain CSS properties.

For Example: Using this Sass mixin

  @include transition(.3s);
        
Will Output This

  -webkit-transition: 0.3s;
  -moz-transition: 0.3s;
  -o-transition: 0.3s;
  -ms-transition: 0.3s;
  transition: 0.3s;
        
Here is the full list of mixins

  animation($args)
  animation-delay($delay)
  animation-direction($direction)
  animation-duration($duration)
  animation-fill-mode($mode)
  animation-iteration-count($count)
  animation-name($name)
  animation-play-state($state)
  animation-timing-function($function)
  background-size($args)
  box-sizing($args)
      border-box()
      content-box()
  columns($args)
      column-count($count)
      column-gap($gap)
      column-rule($args)
      column-width($width)
  gradient($default,$start,$stop)
      linear-gradient-top($default,$color1,$stop1,$color2,$stop2,[$color3,$stop3,$color4,$stop4])
      linear-gradient-left($default,$color1,$stop1,$color2,$stop2,[$color3,$stop3,$color4,$stop4])
  transform($args)
      transform-origin($args)
      transform-style($style)
      rotate($deg)
      scale($factor)
      translate($x,$y)
      translate3d($x,$y,$z)
      translateHardware($x,$y)
  text-shadow($args)
  transition($args)
      transition-delay($delay)
      transition-duration($duration)
      transition-property($property)
      transition-timing-function($function)