Use the Sass command line
In your terminal, create a new folder called
mybulma, navigate to it, then install the Sass gem:
To try it out, run
sass -v and you should see the following:
Get the latest version of Bulma:
Unzip it and put the
bulma-0.9.3 folder inside your
sass folder in which you add a file called
Make sure to write the correct path to the
Create an HTML template which uses several Bulma components.
Save this file as
css/mystyles.css path for your stylesheet. This will be the location of the CSS file we will generate with Sass.
Open the page in your browser:
In your terminal, type the following command:
Reload the page and it should be styled like this:
To watch for changes, just launch the following command:
6. Add your own Bulma styles
Replace the content of the
mystyles.scss file with the following:
Since you are watching for changes, simply save the file to see the result:
And voilà! You've managed to install and customize Bulma.