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Fold CSS declarations with region markers

Written byPhuoc Nguyen
12 May, 2021
CSS, Visual Studio Code
In Visual Studio Code, we can make given CSS declarations foldable with the region markers.
Just wrap the declarations between `/*#region*/` and `/*#endregion*/` if you're using CSS, SCSS or Less.
SCSS and Less also accept `//` as a valid CSS comment, hence you can use `// #region` and `// #endregion` in the SCSS/Less files.
/* === Header === */
/* #region */

/* The CSS styles for header go here */

/* #endregion */

/* === Footer === */
/* #region */

/* The CSS styles for footer go here */

/* #endregion */

/* === Responsive === */
/* #region */

/* The responsive styles go here */

/* #endregion */
The following screenshot is an example:
Fold CSS declarations with region markers
Fold CSS declarations with region markers
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