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CSS Sass Basics Getting Started with Sass Declare and Use Variables

i need help

be sure to declare the"color-brand'' variable

;declare {color-brand}
.brand-primary{ color: @brand-primary; }
@brand-success: #6a5acd;
.brand-success{ color: @brand-success; }

1 Answer

Angela Visnesky
Angela Visnesky
20,927 Points

Hi Carrington! When you declare variables in Sass, you need to use the dollar sign and a colon.

$color-brand: #6a5acd;

I hope this helps!