Sublime Text plugin for Stylus Snippets (use with Stylus plugin instead of emmet)
- Total 29K
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- Mac 7K
- Linux 4K
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n.b. you might also be interested to check out this project: stylus clean completions
About this plugin
The main Stylus plugin used to contain the snippets in this plugin, but was separated out into two, to allow people to use the recommended snippet expander emmet for a better coding experience. This package is maintained for users who for some reason do not want to use another snippet expander, and only want the stylus snippets that used to be in the main package.
Alternatively, you can download this repo (or zip ball) into your sublime editor's plugins folder.
You should now have snippets available to use in sublime editor.
Within a stylus file, which has syntax highlighting turned on, start typing abbreviations to expand, and then press tab, or choose an item from the inline menu to complete the snippet.
m0 and then tab to expand to