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Hans Ørberg Lingua Latina per se Illustrata (Orberg) by Hans Ørberg & Peer Lauritsen Category:Latin-language education Category:Latin textbooks Category:Latin dictionaries Category:Latin dictionaries by language Category:English dictionariesQ: Sass mixin for unset / not set properties Is there a way to write a Sass mixin for properties that are not defined in a parent's.scss file? For example, I want to write a mixin for a property that is not defined in the parent's.scss file. The following would be an example of the usage I want to achieve: $yellow-primary-color: #fbe5db; #parent { .color-picker-field { background: $yellow-primary-color; } } Then I want to be able to call.color-picker-field and have it return #fbe5db. The error is: Error: Invalid CSS after "background": expected expression (e.g. 1px, bold), was "#fbe5db" If I remove the background property, it will get rid of the error, but it will not work properly. #parent { .color-picker-field { background: 1px 1px 1px 1px; } } Is there a clean, effective way to handle this situation? A: The way you want to do this is using the @content function as in the following example. Here we use the "missing" parent's color property and make use of the @content function to include the content of that property. @mixin color-picker($color) { background: $color; } #parent { .color-picker-field { @content; } } A: You can create a mixin which includes the color as a default, then use that as a fallback when it is not defined on your selector. $yellow-primary-color: #fbe5db; #parent { .color-p be359ba680


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