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CSS

csaba turjei
csaba turjei
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Advanced Sass Concepts Challenge 6 of 6

http://teamtreehouse.com/library/advanced-mixin-arguments

Last challenge. Stuck. Need help, anyone?

What have you tried so far?

1 Answer

"Use the mixin we just wrote to create a series of classes for the colors: red, orange, yellow, and green."

Here's a hint in case you are confused: the rainbow mixin already included a proper css statement, so it doesn't need to be nested inside a selector. You can just call the mixin by using @include.

Cheers!