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CSS Advanced Sass Advanced Variables, Mixins, Functions, and Placeholders List-Maps

Exercise not working for me.

I keep getting an error on this exercise. Here is my code:

$input-disabled-color: #000000;

$input: ( disabled-background: lighten($input-disabled-color, 75%), disabled-border: lighten($input-disabled-color, 50%), disabled-text: lighten($input-disabled-color, 50%) );

input[disabled] { background-color: get-map($input, disabled-background); border-color: get-map($input, disabled-border); color: get-map($input, disabled-text); }

The code works in my text editor but not for the exercise. What am I doing wrong?

style.scss
$input-disabled-color: #000000;

$input: (
  disabled-background: lighten($input-disabled-color, 75%),
  disabled-border: lighten($input-disabled-color, 50%),
  disabled-text: lighten($input-disabled-color, 50%)
);

input[disabled] {
    background-color: get-map($input, disabled-background); 
    border-color: get-map($input, disabled-border);
    color: get-map($input, disabled-text);
}

2 Answers

If you check the previous video @ 2:50 you will see he uses map-get instead of get-map

background-color: map-get($input, disabled-background);

Thank you.