@dvlden/slope

1.0.0 • Public • Published

Slope - A Sass mixin

With this powerful Sass mixin (uses scss syntax), you'll be able to build slope section edges with a consistent angle. It uses most basic css properties, mainly just a border... No transforms or clip-path properties, no svg images.

Installation (pick one)

  • npm i @dvlden/slope
  • pnpm i @dvlden/slope
  • yarn add @dvlden/slope

Usage

// import mixin
@use './node_modules/slope/src/index' as slope;

// set variable for a color
$dark-grey: #292929;

// give it a class with any name you prefer
.section {
  // apply some base styling to the section
  background-color: $dark-grey;
  min-height: 50vh;

  // let the mixin do the magic
  @include slope.edge-root;
  @include slope.edge($dark-grey, 'right');
}

HINT: For "real-world" use case and more advanced example, check "examples" live or locally.

Arguments

Argument Default Value Possible Value
$color - any color (e.g. #292929)
$position - in, out, right, left
$height 5rem any number with a unit that is supported within border-width property

HINT: For the $color you don't necesserily have to use HEX value.

Variables

Variable Default Value Possible Value
$height 5rem -
$layout 'y' x, y

Examples

You'll find two examples that include all possible variations. The only difference between these examples is a layout... You can download this whole project and open examples locally or you may check live examples (hosted on GitHub Pages):

Browser Support

Basically, just the support of Viewport units (vw | vh). Check the browser coverage on the link below...

Can I Use - Viewport units?

Install

npm i @dvlden/slope

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2

Version

1.0.0

License

MIT

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Collaborators

  • dvlden