I'm trying to use the <code>calc()</code> function in a Sass stylesheet, but I'm having some issues. Here's my code:
I'm trying to use the
calc() function in a Sass stylesheet, but I'm having some issues. Here's my code:
height: calc(100% - $body_padding)
If I use the literal
50px instead of my
body_padding variable, I get exactly what I want. However, when I switch to the variable, this is the output:
height: calc(100% - $body_padding); }
How can I get Sass to recognize that it needs to replace the variable within the
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