Using scss or converting sass. And using babel

I don’t know how to use my scss file in My project. Does anyone know how to convert it to normal css or how to use it in a project?
If i need to install something or go to a site then just leave the links. Also, how do i use a js babel file. (Idk if its spelt bable or babel lol)

Hey there!

Are you taking the scss from CodePen?

Yes am taking it from codepen

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An easy way to convert the code is by compiling it to CSS.

To do that, go to the Codepen you’re getting the code from and do the following:

  1. Go to the CSS section.
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  2. Open the drop-down menu and click on ‘View Compiled CSS’.
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  3. Wait for the code to compile.

  4. When it’s finished, it should say ‘View Uncompiled CSS’, you can then close the drop-down menu.
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  5. You can now copy the code in CSS instead of SCSS.

And to answer your question about Babel, I’m not 100% sure but you can try using this: https://babeljs.io/

Hope it all works.

Best Regards,
Mj.

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Thanks. Much obliged =)

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Hey, so I wanted to add if you’re not using codepen, you can compile Sass / SCSS to CSS using the Terminal either on your machine or within Visual Studio Code. The doc is here - Sass: Sass Basics. Just so you don’t feel like you HAVE to copy/paste into codepen.

Also - I can’t tell by your post but if you are using say, React as your front-end, you can install Sass as an npm package and then just link up a sass file the same way you would a css file, with a .scss extension instead of .css. Vite or webpack will bundle it for you.

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