- Install a Sass compiler: Use a command-line compiler like node-sass, sass, or webpack with sass-loader to compile SCSS to CSS. Install the compiler globally or locally in your project by running the command npm install
- Set up the Sass compiler:
If you're using node-sass, create a script to compile your SCSS files. In the package.json file, add a script like "compile-scss": "node-sass src/scss -o public/css" to compile SCSS files in the src/scss directory to CSS in the public/css directory.
If you're using webpack with sass-loader, set up a webpack configuration file (webpack.config.js) with sass-loader defined. You might need to add additional loaders, plugins, and configurations based on your project setup.
- Compile SCSS to CSS: Run the command npm run compile-scss (replace "compile-scss" with the script name you defined in step 2) to compile the SCSS files to CSS.
If you're using a module bundler:
If you're not using a module bundler:
Add the following line inside the tag of your HTML file:
. Replace ./path-to-generated-css-file.css with the actual path to your CSS file.
Remember to recompile SCSS to CSS whenever you make changes to your SCSS files.