Use Variable for Import Parameter in less


If you need to parameterize urls that will be used in the @import directive and imported into your .css files use the following.

@googlefonturl: "//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Roboto";
@import (css) url("@{googlefonturl}");

Which will generate the following at the top of your css output

@import url("//fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Roboto");

The double quotes aren’t necessary but less adds them. If you wanted to pull in the remote css to your less use `(inline)` instead of css do this

@import (inline) url("@{googlefonturl}");

It is not recommended to do this with google fonts because the api uses browser sniffing so that it can the correct files for the device requesting fonts

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