$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.
Hello! Does anybody know how to remove the border from a navbar? I want to make it fully transparent
Nevermind, assigning it the class
z-depth-0 did the trick