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Quickie Dev #5: Using variables… in CSS?

Because styling is as a much a science as it is an art!

Frontend tech has grown amazingly for the past decade. As more and more JS frameworks popped around, as everyone jumped at the chance of making the next ground-breaking SPA, as the frontend world applauded SASS and SCSS preprocessors, browsers have silently but continuously improved, too. So much so that, today, you can do pretty incredible things with only native HTML 5 and CSS 3.

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