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

Ian Suy
Ian Suy
6,706 Points


I need help with this mixin! im noy sure what I did wrong.

Use the mixin we just wrote to create a series of classes for the colors: red, orange, yellow, and green.

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

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

1 Answer

Hi Prasoeur,

Your understanding of it looks correct.

You have a typo with your background property in the mixin. You have backgound

Ian Suy
Ian Suy
6,706 Points

Thank you!