col s12for additional details. Then
col s12for the map.
m6 push-m6 l7 push-l5on additional details and
m6 pull-m6 l5 pull-l7on the map. This causes the map to be to the left of the additional details
$primary-color: color("materialize-red", "lighten-2") !default; $primary-color-light: lighten($primary-color, 15%) !default; $primary-color-dark: darken($primary-color, 15%) !default; $secondary-color: color("teal", "lighten-1") !default; $success-color: color("green", "base") !default; $error-color: color("red", "base") !default; $link-color: color("light-blue", "darken-1") !default;
$primary-coloris referencing the color set in _color-variables. The theme uses two main colors - teal and light red - so you could quickly change the whole theme by changing these two claues and then re-compiling the css file (as easy as opening the scss file and saving it if you use VSCode with live sass compiler installed)
@wgoudsbloem & @tuffant21
Not sure how you are both set up but I write my styles in Sass, so anytime I hit save, I get a recompiled css stylesheet. If I'm working locally, the change is immediate via live reload (VS Code), if it's on a live site, I have the one extra step of FTPing the new stylesheet (CODA).
So recompiling for me is part of the build process and probably happens thousands of times each project.