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Alejandro commented on bratt's post over 4 years

I´ve asked the same question a while ago in twitter, here´s a tip that can help:

http://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/wBvbed

regards

Alejandro commented on Alejandro's post over 4 years

well, was able to do it in a similar way. But i have to edit the css with 9 more colors. I was wondering if there´s a way to do it in a function or semething similar.
Here´s an example of how i did it, multiply the code by 9:

$electronica   : hsl(26,91%,56%);//#f5822b

.color-scheme-electronica {
    @include colour-scheme($electronica, $electronica, $electronica);
    a:hover{color:darken($electronica, 20%)}
    .btn-electronica { 
      @include button($bg:$electronica);
    }
}

Alejandro commented on Lynda Spangler's post about 5 years

Hi there Zack, i was reading your last answer, and as i´m not a developer, i´m really intrigued how does your fix works, i mean how can i implement it in an example. I have a form that will have 3 steps, so i just want to show only first step, once every completed ok, click on next button then and jump to second step and so on.
Apart from separate every step into fieldset, then i should...

Thanks for your time m8

regards

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You commented on bratt's post over 4 years

I´ve asked the same question a while ago in twitter, here´s a tip that can help:

http://codepen.io/rafibomb/pen/wBvbed

regards

You commented on Alejandro's post over 4 years

well, was able to do it in a similar way. But i have to edit the css with 9 more colors. I was wondering if there´s a way to do it in a function or semething similar.
Here´s an example of how i did it, multiply the code by 9:

$electronica   : hsl(26,91%,56%);//#f5822b

.color-scheme-electronica {
    @include colour-scheme($electronica, $electronica, $electronica);
    a:hover{color:darken($electronica, 20%)}
    .btn-electronica { 
      @include button($bg:$electronica);
    }
}

You commented on Lynda Spangler's post about 5 years

Hi there Zack, i was reading your last answer, and as i´m not a developer, i´m really intrigued how does your fix works, i mean how can i implement it in an example. I have a form that will have 3 steps, so i just want to show only first step, once every completed ok, click on next button then and jump to second step and so on.
Apart from separate every step into fieldset, then i should...

Thanks for your time m8

regards

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