The Simple Way to Use Global Sass In side Next js

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Hey, My Name is Rajdeep Singh. In this Next.js Series Part 4, We Learn How to Add Global Sass in the next.js App and Build a Simple Scss Project With Next.js.

You Follow My Next Series Previous Post and Config Sass Inside Your Project.Now We Start Configuration Global Sass in Side Your Project.You Don’t Read My Previous Article On a Sass/Scss Configuration. Firstly Read My Previous Article After reading This Article.

Previous Article:

https://medium.com/officialrajdeepsingh/how-to-add-sass-scss-in-next-js-77a2b34f1ff3


Whats Is Next.js?

Make Sure You Read First Basic Introduction About Next.js. which Cover With Three Article #SeriesStart

https://medium.com/officialrajdeepsingh/what-is-next-js-7922041a5775

https://medium.com/officialrajdeepsingh/how-to-add-css-in-next-js-3254016d7544

https://medium.com/officialrajdeepsingh/how-to-add-sass-scss-in-next-js-77a2b34f1ff3


Let’s Start It:

Step:

  1. Create Custom App
  2. Import Sass

Create Custom App:

  • Create a pages/_app.js file In Side Pages Folder. If already present. Then Paste Code Inside File.

Import Sass

Paste Code Inside _app.js
  • Paste Code Inside Your _app.js File And Import Your scss File With Absolute Path and Restart your Application.
// _app.js
import '../styles/global.scss'

// This default export is required in a new `pages/_app.js` file.
export default function MyApp({ Component, pageProps }) {
  return <Component {...pageProps} />
}

Project Demo:

  • If You Play Online With My Sass Project.
  • If Interested, Download the Code Locally And Play it.

Reference:

https://nextjs.org/docs/basic-features/built-in-css-support


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