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    Using Emotions CSS Prop with Gatsby

    Chris BiscardiChris Biscardi

    Using Emotion's CSS prop is the easiest way to get started styling your application. We go over where you can use the prop as well as how to use it with strings and with objects.



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    Instructor: The CSS prop is the easiest way to get started using emotion. Because we've included gatsby-plugin-emotion in our Gatsby site, there's nothing else we have to do to set this up.

    The CSS prop is a prop that is added to any React element. You can use objects and you can use strings. If you choose to use strings, you have to import CSS from emotion/core. Notice that our heading is red and our paragraph text is blue.