Commit 60ece050 authored by Oskar Kalbag's avatar Oskar Kalbag

Updated the readme (yes, again).

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I was hesitant to publicise this until I had used it in a few real‐world projects in case any issues cropped up but Laura and I have both used the technique in multiple projects now and we’re both confident that it works. It also makes our lives much easier by reducing our cognitive load so we can concentrate on, you know, actually designing and developing sites.
This repository will, in time, contain implementations of pixel‐parity rems in difference CSS preprocessors. For the time being it has the one that I am working on, which is written in [Stylus](http://learnboost.github.com/stylus/). Laura’s been working with pixel‐parity rems in SASS, so an implementation in Sass should be added shortly.
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This repository will, in time, contain implementations of pixel‐parity rems in different CSS preprocessors. For the time being it has the mixins library that I am working on, which is written in [Stylus](http://learnboost.github.com/stylus/). Laura’s been working with pixel‐parity rems in Sass, so an implementation in that preprocessing language should be added shortly. Pull requests welcome.
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