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Using CSS variables

To your point @hkjels, CSS lets you change a variable based on a media query, for example

:root {
  color-scheme: light dark;
  --color-page-background: #fff;
}

@media (prefers-color-scheme: dark) {
    :root {
        --color-page-background: #000;
    }
}

body {
    background: var(--color-page-background);
}

Is there a similar equivalent using a regular let or def?

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