While I know CSS, I’m not a designer and don’t love to move pixels around the screen without guidance.
So I found a good HTML/CSS template combo from this guy, and decided to give it a try. So I started converting it by hand to Jade, and then thought, “gee, someone should write something like HTML2JADE.”
Right. Googled it. There it is–thanks buddy. I love the interwebs.
HTML2JADE is a simple node module that converts your html to jade format. You can install it (on Mac) with npm install html2jade, and then use command line to convert:
If you don’t have a lot of files to convert, then shoot on over to another hero’s site and just paste your HTML in, click the button and bang–you’ve got jade 🙂
Gotta love the interwebs.
UPDATE: TJ also included a way to convert your CSS to Stylus in the Stylus executable. So if you’re using a css template (assuming you have installed Stylus globally), just use
stylus -C –css ~yourpath/here.css
and the magic will happen.