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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Variables, Mixins, and Extending Selectors Defining Variables

Ader Reynoso
Ader Reynoso
4,968 Points

package for sublime

Hey Guys!

Do you know if there is a package for autocomplete css syntax in scss files? when Im writting css in scss doesn't work the autocomplete feature.

Thanks for your help!

2 Answers

Dave McFarland
STAFF
Dave McFarland
Treehouse Teacher
  1. Open a Sass file (a file with the .scss extension) in Sublime
  2. Click the View Menu
  3. Choose Syntax --> Open All with current extension as... --> CSS
Ader Reynoso
Ader Reynoso
4,968 Points

Thanks for your help!

That's really works.

Ader Reynoso
Ader Reynoso
4,968 Points

Very Good Friend!

Thanks for your help!