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Is there a way to Declare a color value at the beginning of my CSS file in a variable and then use that variable name when a color is called for in the code.
Not with pure CSS. You can, however, create your own color-classes since elements can have tons of classes at once (but only one ID, since it’s unique).
The Search and replace method is what I have used in the past but I figured there must be a more professional way of doing it.
Chris, I swear I will remember this time to define the colors in a comments block like you suggested.
Have a nice weekend.