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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Advanced Sass Concepts Working with Media Queries

Jonathan Leon
Jonathan Leon
18,813 Points

A question about sass and sublime

Hey :)

I downloaded sublime text 2 for this course and when I'm writing in the scss files I don't get to see the colors etc that Hampton gets.

What should I do to make it show up in scss files too?

3 Answers

James Lucia
James Lucia
7,350 Points

Install Package Control for Sublime Text 2.

Once you have Package Control, open it (on a Mac it's in under Preferences, and I don't remember where it is on a PC, but it's in one of the File menu options), and install Sass.

Then, open a sass file, click View | Syntax | Open all with current extension as … | Sass.

http://sublimetexttips.com/how-to-add-sass-support-in-sublime-text/

Couldn't have done that without your post. Anything that looks like command line stuff scares me off but with your post I managed it :)

You can use atom.io + prepross. For the colors you can install some atom packages, like Emmet, linter, minimap, and so on.