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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Variables, Mixins, and Extending Selectors Defining Variables

Assign your own variable called "lime" and give it a value of #090.

Assign your own variable called "lime" and give it a value of #090.

not sure how to do this

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2 Answers

Nadia Masiero
Nadia Masiero
3,468 Points

This might help:

$lime: #090; $sidebar_width: 100px;

Jennifer Lee
Jennifer Lee
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in SASS to make a variable you use $ then the name of the variable, so you would use $lime and then add your value, so it becomes $lime: #090; Don't forget the semi colon afterwards!