Then the last step is to commit your changes and then push them to GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket. Here is where you can find the last version of the entire lab in the Know the Code’s GitHub repository: Get on Github.
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Excellent job! Boy, you are doing a great job at rethinking about the architecture, breaking things up, and driving your codebase to be more maintainable. You just completed the Entry Content Sass Module.
In Part 2f, you will finalize the Comments Sass module, which includes respond form, the list of comments, and then the components with the comments itself. You'll think through all the components and then break up the partials. Next, you'll migrate the media queries, identify and assign variables, and then refactor to remove redundancies and make it more readable. Lastly, you'll commit the changes using git.
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Your best friend is code, Tonya is making the introductions.
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