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Fix bad hrefs in the Sass Reference #485

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#control_directives instead of #control-directives

#variable_arguments instead of #variable-arguments

@kaelig kaelig Fix bad href to the controls directive in Sass Reference
Anchor should point to `#control_directives` instead of `#control-directives`

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@chriseppstein chriseppstein merged commit 22db5ae into sass:stable
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Commits on Aug 13, 2012
  1. @kaelig

    Fix bad href to the controls directive in Sass Reference

    kaelig authored
    Anchor should point to `#control_directives` instead of `#control-directives`
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@@ -1081,7 +1081,7 @@ Sass supports all CSS3 `@`-rules,
as well as some additional Sass-specific ones
known as "directives."
These have various effects in Sass, detailed below.
-See also [control directives](#control-directives)
+See also [control directives](#control_directives)
and [mixin directives](#mixins).
### `@import` {#import}
@@ -2176,7 +2176,7 @@ In the above example we could have called the function like this:
It is recommended that you prefix your functions to avoid naming conflicts
and so that readers of your stylesheets know they are not part of Sass or CSS. For example, if you work for ACME Corp, you might have named the function above `-acme-grid-width`.
-User-defined functions also support [variable arguments](#variable-arguments)
+User-defined functions also support [variable arguments](#variable_arguments)
in the same way as mixins.
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