SCSS helps 'some' of the CSS woes at least.  I keep my CSS outside of elm 
and in SCSS and it works decently(ish).

On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 7:20:32 AM UTC-6, Rupert Smith wrote:
> On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 6:18:33 PM UTC+1, Rex van der Spuy wrote:
>> CSS is hell-on-wheels: the most time I've spent debugging my Elm apps 
>> have not been with my Elm code, but with the CSS.
>> Hey, Elm Community, we've solved JavaScript now we need a real solution 
>> to CSS! :)
> I have decided to just stick with keeping the CSS out of Elm. Partly 
> because I need to share the CSS with other projects that are not using Elm. 
> Partly because I already have a good understanding of how to make use of 
> SCSS and Compass. Partly because it seems quicker and easier to develop the 
> CSS and test it with some static HTML served up by node express. Partly 
> because learning to use elm-css is just one thing too many for me to figure 
> out now.
> So it feels to me that Elm is neither helping or hindering my styling 
> efforts - yes, CSS can be very time consuming. 

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