Let’s commit your changes and then push them to GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket. We’ll walk through the current commit in GitHub too to see what it looks like and how to read it.
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Excellent job! You just completed the Comments Sass Module. At this point, you should be rather skilled at the process of finalizing a module. Right? These skills will help you not only in Sass but in all of your programming tasks.
Let's first give you a pep talk to reinforce why you are doing this series and how it will make you more moola. Then in Part 2g, you will finish up the Widgets Sass module. by refactoring all of the widgets. Then you'll commit the changes to your version control repository.
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Your functions are bloated. Put them on a diet. Think "skinny" and "as few lines as possible."
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