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Console showing CSS file origin not SASS file origin.
The dev tools on chrome on my pc are showing the css file location not the sass file location even with the map being in my css folder?
Samuel Fortunato20,229 Points
This happened to me. Assuming you did everything else right, and that you're using Chrome, just start up
http-server, go to Chrome Dev Tools, and right click the refresh button at the top. Select "Empty Cache and Hard Reload". You can also just hit Ctrl + Shift + R, or Cmd + Shift + R on Mac. You have to have Dev Tools open to do this.
If you are using another browser. you'll have to figure out how to empty the cache and reload. A quick googling will probably help.
Kirill Pahl13,924 Points
If you are using Chrome on windows, it just does not catch mappings sometimes. Try Firefox, at least it helped me =)
Matthew Barrus16,731 Points
if this happens, check the bottom of the .css file for a line like:
/*# sourceMappingURL=application.css.map */
You probably compiled the SASS before adding the source mapping. When Huston showed the sass references in dev tools, he still had a source map referenced in the css file
Steven Parker218,707 Points
Sass only exists on the server. It gets converted to CSS before going to your browser.
Since dev tools are in the browser, they won't see any sources that were processed or compiled on the server.