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Sass maps have been around for a little over a year now and are an incredibly useful feature of the CSS preprocessor.

If you’re already using them then you’ll already know how handy they are; if not, then hopefully this little post will give you a good start.

Handling z-index

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Neat approach to intelligently handling CSS z-indexes using a CSS preprocessor. The suggestion of using a Sass map is particularly good.

Sass 3.3 Maptastic Maple

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Sass 3.3 was released the other day and came with loads of new features. This is a good look at the main ones including map data structures and source maps.

LESS vs Sass? It’s Time to Switch to Sass

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As someone who also switched from LESS to Sass, this is a pretty good article on why Sass is the better CSS pre-processor. It’s worth a read even if you’re currently using Sass, but perhaps not fully making the most of what it can do. There’s some good examples of some advanced functionality.