How to Install compass-normalize-plugin in Ubuntu 18.04

Install compass-normalize-plugin by entering the following commands in the terminal:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install compass-normalize-plugin


Sass version of Normalize.css

Normalize-scss is a Sass version of Normalize.css. . Normalize.css is a collection of HTML element and attribute rulesets to normalize styles across all browsers: * Preserves useful defaults, unlike many CSS resets. * Normalizes styles for a wide range of elements. * Corrects bugs and common browser inconsistencies. * Improves usability with subtle modifications. * Explains what code does using detailed comments. . Normalize-scss aims to use a light dusting of Sass to make Normalize even easier to integrate with your website. It currently adds: * Vertical rhythm mixins: Allowing you to alter the font-size, line-height and margins in Normalize's output without hacking the library. * Optional Eyeglass support. * Several ready-to-fork versions that integrate typography Sass modules like Typey, style guides built with KSS, or the legacy Compass module. . Sass is a pre-processing language for CSS. It allows you to write cleaner stylesheets and makes collaboration on your CSS a breeze.


Version: 7.0.0-1

Section: universe/web