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Is in Codepen option to use Emmet in CSS(SCSS)?
When I use it in simple CSS works good **d + TAB** becomes **display: ;** but in SCSS becomes
, can I somehow to fix it?
Plus annoying red messages – invalid css
Did you mean <d></d>?
Same here. :( I swear it used to work though, I don’t recall such problems before.
I don’t know but to the best of my googling…Emmett does not support SAAS/SCSS
@jimmyniceguy yepp, the same here (((
@Paulie_D I use Emmet in Webstorm for .scss
**Webstorm** have done something but I can’t find anything in the Emmett documentation.
All CSS is valid SCSS. Expanding “d” to “display” worked for CSS, therefore it will/should work in SCSS.
I work in Sublime Text 2 with Emmet, using SCSS and I am having no problem with “d”, “pos”, “m0”, “p0”, “!”, etc at all.
What I am saying is the it Emmet doesn’t work out of the box in “SCSS format”.
Logically it should but 3rd party apps obviously have there own workarounds / implementation to reproduce that functionality…or have I missed something?
Whether Codepen can do the same would be nice but that’s an update / upgrade we can hope for.
I just fixed this – we’ll push it out maybe tonight or tomorrow. Thanks for the heads up!
I’d love support to go through http://codepen.io/support if possible. I’ll try and watch everywhere, it’s just when it goes through there there is a 100% chance the team will see it =)
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