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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Advanced Sass Concepts Advanced Mixin Arguments

how to solve this challenge

How to solve this challenge: 4th challenge: Switch the order of the arguments. Be sure to specify the variable for each argument, or you'll wind up with a height and width of red and a 1px solid 10px border! (Needless to say, that would be invalid.) //answer for upto 3 challenges is @mixin square($size, $color:black) { width: $size; height: $size; border: 1px solid $color; }

.box { @include square(10px, red) }

<!DOCTYPE html>
  <title>Sass Basics - Code Challenge</title>
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="page-style.css">
  <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css">
  <div class="box"></div>
  <div class="red"></div>
  <div class="orange"></div>
  <div class="yellow"></div>
  <div class="green"></div>
/* Write your SCSS code below. */
@mixin square($size, $color:black) {
  width: $size;
  height: $size;
  border: 1px solid $color;

.box {
 @include square(red, 10px)

1 Answer

@mixin square($size, $color: black) {
  width: $size;
  height: $size;
  border: 1px solid $color;

.box {
  @include square($color: red, $size: 10px); // Just specify variables and give them arguments like this

@mixin rainbow($colors...) {
  @each $color in $colors {
    .#{$color} {
      background: $color;

@include rainbow(red, orange, yellow, green);