By Marshall C. Yovits
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Finally, I will thank the reviewers of this book, Simone Deponti, Austin Pickett, and Marcus Bointon, for their critical and valuable suggestions, which make this book even better. About the Reviewers Marcus Bointon has been a Less committer for the last couple of years, having developed a taste for Less during the early versions of Twitter Bootstrap. He has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of London and a Master's degree from Loughborough University of Technology. He's been involved in computing since 1981 and developing for the Web since 1993.
Writing correct and functional CSS code will be the first thing; keeping this code readable, maintainable, and working on all major browsers will be the second thing. CSS files grow and become untidy in the development and maintenance processes. CSS doesn't have the ability to modify the existing values or reuse common styles. Also, doing math or defining variables is not possible in CSS. This is where Less comes into the frame. Less (Leaner CSS) is a dynamic stylesheet language designed by Alexis Sellier.
Advances in Computers. Vol. 28 by Marshall C. Yovits