I'm planning to build kind of a WYSIWYG homepage editor and want to let the user decide on e.g. colors etc. in frontend. Means: User can select a color from a color picker and his page should change. So, I need a CSS preprocessor able to recompile the CSS template on the frontend, so it should be written in Javascript and shouldn't be a 3.5 MB script like it is for that hacky SASS.js thing. And, after the user e.g. saved the settings, the final CSS should be rendered via a PHP script on the server, so the preprocessor should be also available in a PHP implementation.

I almost bet there's none available, but you never know what this crazy internet came up with. So ... surprise me please :)

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  • A CSS preprocessor is actually a software (it's just converting things, like ffmpeg or so) and not an asset or howto, manual, tutorial, multimedia content or a code fragment. So ... what exactly are you missing in my question? – 000 Feb 19 '19 at 21:54

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