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What is the difference between a file .css and a .scss
I want to know the difference thank you!
Dale Dobson2,462 Points
CSS is the styling language that your browser understands and uses to style webpages. SCSS is a special type of file for SASS, a program written in Ruby that assembles CSS style sheets for a browser. SASS adds lots of additional functionality to CSS like variables, nesting and more which can make writing CSS easier and faster. SCSS files are processed by the server running a web app to output a traditional CSS that your browser can understand.