The Sass @for directive is a pretty powerful feature. It’s really handy for iterating over a set of items. The directive has a pretty simple format: @for $var from <start> through/to <end>, where the from/through variation includes all values, including the last item, and the from/to variation doesn’t. It’s been around since the 2.2 release, however, I just recently got my first chance to work with it.
Today’s goal was to create a page layout where an image would display tilted and nudged off the page in browsers that render rotate transformation CSS, but would also display nicely in those that don’t (IE). This was accomplished by using conditional statements.
The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis challenges the possibility of perfectly representing the world with language, because it implies that the mechanisms of any language condition the thoughts of its speaker community.