Command line options in Sass

So before we get to our heading styles, let's look at some of the command line options that can be passed along with our Sass command. We saw the --watch option. This tells Sass to watch the sass file or an entire folder changes, and then automatically compiles CSS whenever we save any changes to our Sass files.

Watching files and directories

We also told Sass to watch an entire directory and compile to a separate directory. Therefore, any file we created or updated in our sass directory, whether it was a .scss or .sass file, would be compiled to a CSS file of the same name in the css folder.


You can even use files with the indented Sass syntax and files written in the SCSS syntax in one project. So if you haven't ...

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