setting up css variables in your stylesheet

Using css variables at the start of your stylesheet can make things down the road much easier to change.

You can also use it for more complex variables like drop shadow settings as shown below. 


<div class='demo-box main-pink'></div>


:root {
	/* Main Colours */
	--main-pink: pink; /* e.g: color: var(--main-pink); */
	--main-red: red; /* e.g: color: var(--main-red);  */

	/* Shadows */
	--main-drop-shadow: 0px 10px 20px rgba(0,0,0,0.5); /* box-shadow: var(--main-drop-shadow); */
.demo-box {
.main-pink {
  background: var(--main-pink);
  box-shadow: var(--main-drop-shadow);

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