Adds support for the Stylus CSS pre-processor to DocPad
docpad install stylus
The default configuration for this plugin is the equivalant of adding the following to your DocPad configuration file.
plugins:stylus:stylusRequire: nullstylusLibraries:nib: truestylusOptions:compress: true'include css': true# Disable compression on the development environmentenvironments:development:stylusOptions:compress: false
If you'd like to use not the Stylus version that goes with the plugin, but your custom one (patched or of a previous version), you could use the
stylusRequire setting by passing your version to it:
You can customise the options sent to stylus using the
stylusOptions object. See the available options here.
By default we include the Nib Stylus Library.
Nib is a small and powerful library for the Stylus CSS language, providing robust cross-browser CSS3 mixins to make your life as a designer easier. By default nib support is enabled, but it can be disabled by setting the
useNib option to
To use Nib, add the following to your main stylus file:
Alternatively, if you would prefer to use individual parts like gradient support, you can do this by using:
You can also turn off the inclusion of the Nib by setting the following:
You can include your own custom libraries, providing you npm install them yourself.
To use the Axis Stylus Library instead of Nib, you first first install axis by doing:
npm install --save axis
Then update our DocPad configuration file with:
plugins:stylus:stylusLibraries:nib: false'axis': true
You can also customise the configuration sent to the library by doing the following, in this case, we set the axis
implicit property to
plugins:stylus:stylusLibraries:nib: false'axis':implicit: false
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