i am in the process of creatinga responsive grid with scss and I was naming my variables like so
I was getting scss compilation errors saying ‘
> > Syntax error: Invalid CSS after “$”: expected identifier, was “1col: 6.25%” on line 75 of C:………….
So guessing the identifier they were talking about was a css identifier I renamed the variables to
and the compilation succeeded, does there really have to be a css identifier name in ever variable I create in scss? why does the name matter? I have seen variable names called simply $blue that work, why do these work and not other descriptive names that dont include identifiers?
I feel like I am missing something obvious, what is it?