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Just import what you need

Bulma consists of 39 .sass files that you can import individually.

For example, let's say you only want the Bulma columns.
The file is located in the bulma/sass/grid folder.
Simply import the utilities dependencies, and then the files you need directly:

@import "bulma/sass/utilities/_all.sass"
@import "bulma/sass/grid/columns.sass"

Now you can use the classes .columns (for the container) and .column directly:

<div class="columns">
  <div class="column">1</div>
  <div class="column">2</div>
  <div class="column">3</div>
  <div class="column">4</div>
  <div class="column">5</div>

What if you only want the button styles instead?

@import "bulma/sass/utilities/_all.sass"
@import "bulma/sass/elements/button.sass"

You can now use the .button class, and all its modifiers:

  • .is-active
  • .is-primary, .is-info, .is-success...
  • .is-small, .is-medium, .is-large
  • .is-outlined, .is-inverted, .is-link
  • .is-loading, [disabled]
<button class="button">

<button class="button is-primary">
  Primary button

<button class="button is-large">
  Large button

<button class="button is-loading">
  Loading button

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