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%h1 Rainbow with Sass & Compass %h2 My Rainbow: .my-rainbow %p For a website, I wanted to make a reusable mixin that uses CSS background gradients to create a colour stripe effect. My version was hard-coded to take 8 colour values. It also was pretty verbose. Finally, it only allowed stripes to go from left to right. %p I knew it could be done much better, so I %a(href="https://twitter.com/jina/status/225811628338323458") tweeted out a request for a Sass expert to show me a better way to write my mixin. %p Shortly after I tweeted that, I received an %a(href="https://twitter.com/eriiicam/status/225830655622254592") amazing contribution from @eriiicam. I was amazed at what Sass is capable of doing. They look identical, but with his improvements, I can give it as many colours as I want, and I can have the stripes go in whichever direction I want. It's also not verbose like mine was. %h2 His Rainbow: .his-rainbow %p A huge thanks goes to Eric for his help on this. I thought it was so cool that I wanted to share it here. While I posted the idea for the mixin, I want to stress that Eric did the Sass Function. I hope you find it as helpful as I did.:)
@import compass $link: #369 body padding: 24px font: 16px/1.5 Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif background: #fff color: #444 a text-decoration: none &:link, &:visited color: $link &:hover, &:focus color: darken($link, 10%) &:active color: darken($link, 20%) h1, h2 margin: 0 padding: 1em 0 0 font-size: 1em text-transform: uppercase color: #888 h2 color: #666 // ------------------------------------------- // MY VERSION $stripe-width: 100% / 8 $stripe-1: #c00 $stripe-2: #f90 $stripe-3: #ff6 $stripe-4: #693 $stripe-5: #3cc $stripe-6: #09c $stripe-7: #33c $stripe-8: #96c =rainbow +background-image(linear-gradient(left, $stripe-1, $stripe-1 $stripe-width, $stripe-2 $stripe-width, $stripe-2 $stripe-width * 2, $stripe-3 $stripe-width * 2, $stripe-3 $stripe-width * 3, $stripe-4 $stripe-width * 3, $stripe-4 $stripe-width * 4, $stripe-5 $stripe-width * 4, $stripe-5 $stripe-width * 5, $stripe-6 $stripe-width * 5, $stripe-6 $stripe-width * 6, $stripe-7 $stripe-width * 6, $stripe-7 $stripe-width * 7, $stripe-8 $stripe-width * 7, $stripe-8)) .my-rainbow height: 1em +rainbow +box-shadow(0 1px 2px rgba(#000, .25) inset) // ------------------------------------------- // HIS VERSION // Using the above colours $colours: $stripe-1, $stripe-2, $stripe-3, $stripe-4, $stripe-5, $stripe-6, $stripe-7, $stripe-8 @function stripes($position, $colours) $colours: if(type-of($colours) != 'list', compact($colours), $colours) $gradient: compact() $width: 100% / length($colours) @for $i from 1 through length($colours) $pop: nth($colours,$i) $new: $pop ($width * ($i - 1)), $pop ($width * $i) $gradient: join($gradient, $new, comma) @return linear-gradient($position, $gradient) .his-rainbow height: 1em +background-image(stripes(left, ($colours))) +box-shadow(0 1px 2px rgba(#000, .25) inset)
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