Posted by on December 28, 2018 at 11:01 am in Bootstrap, Web Development
Updated: January 6, 2019 at 5:35 pm
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When importing Bootstrap files into your own sass, you might encounter this pesky error that might leave you scratching your head.

The source of the error is a simple, often overlooked, way of importing files into sass.

Suppose, you have your style.scss file in your project’s styles subfolder, i.e. project/styles/style.scss. You have Bootstrap files located under the folder project/bootstrap/scss. In order to import Bootstrap files into your own style.scss file, add the following bit of code at the very end of the file.

@import "../bootstrap/scss/bootstrap";

which is similar to

@import "../bootstrap/scss/bootstrap.scss";

The omission of the extension in the official docs often confuse newcomers. Specifically, don’t forget to add the /bootstrap file after /scss!

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