One of the main things you'll want to do when using Sass in Bootstrap is to create a library of global variables that can be used throughout your theme. Think of things such as colors, backgrounds, typography, links, borders, margins, and padding. It's best to only define these common properties once and then you can reuse them through different components. Before we go too far, we need to create a new
.scss file. Open up your text editor, create a new file, and call it
_variables.scss. Save that file to the
/css/components directory. For now, you can just leave it blank.
Now that we've created the variables Sass file, we need to import it into our custom style ...