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sherifsaleh says

Dose anybody try to upload any item coded with less or sass ?

Dose it pass the approval ?

Is it Recommended to use usual Stylesheets, which buyers are more familiar with it ?

Any additional notes about this topic ?

Thanks

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Ivor Envato team says

Use it only for development, once you finish your css go ahead and copy the compiled code into your theme. I use less for my projects and I’ll use it for my future themes. Just make sure you remove all the .less files before uploading.

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GravityDept says
Ivor said
Just make sure you remove all the .less files before uploading.

Not sure why that’s required. Wouldn’t LESS /SASS/SCSS-savvy developers appreciate having this? As long as the compiled CSS is included it shouldn’t make any difference.

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chrisfay says
GravityDept said
Ivor said
Just make sure you remove all the .less files before uploading.
Not sure why that’s required. Wouldn’t LESS /SASS/SCSS-savvy developers appreciate having this? As long as the compiled CSS is included it shouldn’t make any difference.

I was planning on doing that for my next release actually – so will a submission be rejected for including sass/less files?

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Ivor Envato team says
GravityDept said
Ivor said
Just make sure you remove all the .less files before uploading.
Not sure why that’s required. Wouldn’t LESS /SASS/SCSS-savvy developers appreciate having this? As long as the compiled CSS is included it shouldn’t make any difference.

Well, yes! It shouldn’t be a problem if you include the files, it doesn’t really matter. I personally remove the files to avoid confusion.

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