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CSS Sass Basics (retired) Speeding up Workflow with Sass Creating a Color Palette


Set a variable named $complement to be the complement of the standard red.

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Gabriel Ward
Gabriel Ward
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Hi Mutangi,

I've not studied SASS before. But a quick Google search lead me to believe the code you want is

$complement: complement(red);

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MUZ140087 Mutangi: I'm not enrolled in the SASS track. I'm not familiar with SASS coding.