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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Getting Started with Sass Installing and Using Sass

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Dane Parchment
Dane Parchment
Treehouse Moderator 11,074 Points

Hmmm...make sure that your command prompt is on the current directory. If you are on a windows, you can do this quickly by holding shift while right clicking on a directory and you can select open in command prompt.

Also you can use the cd command (change directory) to point the command prompt to the correct directory.