Apply some basic styles to MovieDB. You should author your styles in Sass, using the indented syntax (.sass).
Here are some hints for this exercise:
The UI does not need to be a master piece, but it should be tidy and clear.
If you have generated styles from Rails scaffolding, delete them all. They don't look nice and we do not use them.
Pay attention to the margins in your styles. Elements that belong together logically (e.g. two navigation sections) should be closer to each other than elements that have no relation.
Try to limit your margins to very few (e.g. 6) distinct values across the entire application to achieve a consistent look & feel.
Your MovieDB should have a navigation bar that lets the user switch between the different model screens (E.g. Movies | Actors | Roles).
Please don't use Bootstrap or another CSS framework. If your MovieDB is currently using a CSS framework, remove it and build your own styles from scratch.
Up until version 6, Rails understands Sass out of the box. No need to install additional software.
Your MovieDB uses Rails 7 with Esbuild, Sass support is included using the esbuild-sass-plugin library.