Upload SASS-Files

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peesen
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Hello, is it still not possible to upload SASS-Files to the HubSpot-Designer (also via HubSpot CLI)? I would like to host the CSS and the SCSS Files on HubSpot. Thank you so much and best regards. Pascal

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dennisedson
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Hi @peesen , Not at this time.

I would recommend using a version control system and host your files on GitHub or the like.

Thanks,

Dennis




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josh_dev
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My team and I do it like this.

We use the HubSpot CLI to work locally. Keep all our SCSS as any other local project.

Screen Shot 2021-03-21 at 21.26.19.png

We then run it through gulp.

 

 

 

const gulp = require('gulp');
const sass = require('gulp-sass');
const autoprefixer = require('gulp-autoprefixer');

const paths = {
   src: './scss/main.scss',
   dest: './PATH/css'
}

function compile() {
  return gulp.src(paths.src)
    .pipe(sass().on('error', sass.logError))
    .pipe(autoprefixer())
    .pipe(gulp.dest(paths.dest));
}

function watchForChanges() {
  gulp.watch('./scss/*/**.scss', compile);
}

exports.compile = compile;
exports.watch = watchForChanges;

 

 

 

 

Then you can import your main.css.
 

If you want to do individual modules. Create a modules folder in SCSS/SASS and don't put it as a partial. Then change the paths on your gulp file. Let it create a your-module.css on compile. Then require it in your module html.

 

 

 

<div> YOUR MODULE HTML </div>

{{ require_css(get_asset_url("PATH/your-module.css")) }}

 

 

 

 

Then we keep our whole repository on Github for version control. 

Hopefully that helps!

 

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Joshua Todd |  CEO of Pixl Labs
www.pixllabs.io

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dennisedson
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Community Manager

Hi @peesen , Not at this time.

I would recommend using a version control system and host your files on GitHub or the like.

Thanks,

Dennis




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where we feature our Community driven developer podcast and how to content

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josh_dev
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Contributor

My team and I do it like this.

We use the HubSpot CLI to work locally. Keep all our SCSS as any other local project.

Screen Shot 2021-03-21 at 21.26.19.png

We then run it through gulp.

 

 

 

const gulp = require('gulp');
const sass = require('gulp-sass');
const autoprefixer = require('gulp-autoprefixer');

const paths = {
   src: './scss/main.scss',
   dest: './PATH/css'
}

function compile() {
  return gulp.src(paths.src)
    .pipe(sass().on('error', sass.logError))
    .pipe(autoprefixer())
    .pipe(gulp.dest(paths.dest));
}

function watchForChanges() {
  gulp.watch('./scss/*/**.scss', compile);
}

exports.compile = compile;
exports.watch = watchForChanges;

 

 

 

 

Then you can import your main.css.
 

If you want to do individual modules. Create a modules folder in SCSS/SASS and don't put it as a partial. Then change the paths on your gulp file. Let it create a your-module.css on compile. Then require it in your module html.

 

 

 

<div> YOUR MODULE HTML </div>

{{ require_css(get_asset_url("PATH/your-module.css")) }}

 

 

 

 

Then we keep our whole repository on Github for version control. 

Hopefully that helps!

 

hubspot-community-signature.png
Joshua Todd |  CEO of Pixl Labs
www.pixllabs.io

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peesen
Contributor

@josh_dev  Hey Josh, thank you so much. We are a group of developers and now changed from the HubSpot Designers to local Development. Now we have the problem, that we can not work like this with SASS because the local SASS-Files are always different. How can we manage, that we all have the same SASS Files all the time in the team? I started thesting with GitHub Desktop.