Use ScssPhp. to compile scss files on your wordpress install into a single lightweight CSS file. There is an included settings page for configuring directories, error reporting, compiling options, and auto enqueuing.
To keep the page load time to a minimum this plugin only runs the compiler when the scss files have been changed. All compiled files create or alter a matching css file in the chosen directory which remains even if this plugin is disabled so that your site never loses its styles and is always ready for user interaction.
- Upload plugin to plugins directory
- Active plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Configure plugin options through settings page
Settings -> SCSS-4-WP.
Can I use a child theme?
What version of PHP is required?
PHP 5.6 is required to run SCSS-4-WP
How do I @import subfiles
You can import other scss files into parent files and compile them into a single css file. To do this, use @import as normal in your scss file. All imported file names must start with an underscore. Otherwise they will be compiled into their own css file.
When importing in your scss file, you can leave off the underscore.
Can I use .sass syntax with this Plugin?
This plugin will only work with .scss format.
I’m having other issues and need help
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