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PabloFierro says
LandonWilson said
I know there was a blog post about this some while back – possibly on tuts+. The point was, why would you use something so ridiculous that would make you enter code like:
{meta charset="utf-8"}
when you could just use plain HTML ? And that’s exactly what HAML looks like unless you just posted a really bad example. It appears to offer nothing besides being a tool for the extremely lazy.

I just to think exact same way as you, once I started working with HAML I started producing markup much faster than using regular HTML , it’s not for lazy ones as you said.

Oh, it’s not a bad haml example.

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PabloFierro says
I’m sure it’s fun for you to laugh at other people.

Don’t go off-topic man.

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PabloFierro says

Hello, recently I’ve been involved in ruby on rails projects, we use a variety of tools to work on our projects including cofeescript, sass, and haml.

I want to know your opinion on developing wordpress themes with this tools, specially haml, since it reduces the amount of php-html code you write, here’s an example:

https://gist.github.com/1426109
!!! 5
%html
  %head
    %meta{ 'charset' => "utf-8"}
    %title HAML VIEW

#content
  .blog
    /blog content here
  .sidebar
    /sidebar content here

The advantage of using haml is not having to close html tags anymore, faster markup creation, easy to learn.

I would like to get a response from support if possbile.

Oh, for those who think HAML is only for ruby, there’s a php version available on github, here it is: https://github.com/sniemela/HamlPHP

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PabloFierro says

@mikes if you are not going to do as i asked in the first post, please don’t post.

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PabloFierro says

Hello everyone, I’ve had a coupe of dribbble invites for a while now and decided to give them away by making a contest.

All you have to do is follow me via twitter here ( proxdeveloper ) and reply back with 2 samples of your best work, and things you’d submit on dribbble.

Cheers

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PabloFierro says
godonholiday said
Anyone collected a good list of resources for Sass and Compass? Books, tuts, articles screencasts? cheers

You can learn all of Sass here, no need for anything else. http://sass-lang.com/docs/yardoc/file.SASS_REFERENCE.html

Compass: http://compass-style.org/reference/compass/

Are you planning on using those on a theme ?

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PabloFierro says

lol @landon, all of your threads go the same way.

As for your question, you don’t have to “scale” things up in your theme ( other than images) of course you have to take away elements of the page to make it fit the screen perfectly, otherwise it’ll take a lot of time to the user scroll down the page in a mobile device.

I truly believe all sites must implement at least a bit of “responsive” code, to give those user who visit your site via mobile device a decent experience.

Edit: there are ways around css @media, you can use server side scripts to serve special stylesheet for mobile devices, also I personally don’t like “responsiveness” when viewing a website in my desktop computer, I think “responsive” it’s best suited for mobile devices.

Cheers

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PabloFierro says

You could contac the author to check if a wp version is coming, if not it will cost you around 3000 or 2500 to create a wp theme, if not more.

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PabloFierro says
mpc said
Hi, thanks guys for your suggestions I have fix my problem ;)

Sharing how you did it would be appropiate.

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PabloFierro says

I really think you should find another solution other than PHP for this.

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