Write CSS Faster

Stylify uses CSS like selectors color:blue, width:640px, margin:0_auto along with variables, components, plain selectors to generate CSS dynamically based on what you write.
💎 Don't study Docs. Write Selectors you know. Get optimized CSS. Without framework. 💎

Write selectors as css property:value. Use _ (one underscore) instead of a space and ^ (hat) instead of a quote. You can also define your own selectors.

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Don't bloat your templates with utilities and duplicates. Components can be defined in a template (expects an object without surounding brackets) or in a Compiler config.

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Style any element with plain selectors. Can be configured within a template (expects an object without surounding brackets) or in a Compiler config.

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Avoid hardcoded values in templates. Use variables. Can be configurd within a template (expects an object without surounding brackets) or in a Compiler config.

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  • Use custom values for screens: mw450px and rng640px-1024px
  • Combine screens with logicl operands: sm&&tolg or sm||tolg
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  • Helpers are called when a selector is found.
  • They are great for recalculating units, converting colors to different type, replacing words in selectors and etc.
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Don't study frameworks. Focus on coding.

The thing you want is to style your website easily, and quickly without spending much time in Docs. Frameworks, CSS-in-JS libs, and Preprocessors have a lot of features that are great but also make the development more complex and force you to study syntax, random named selectors, and how to use which feature (which you will forget after a week of holiday).

Stylify goes against the grain and uses CSS like selectors you already know. It's like writing pure CSS directly into the markup without the need of switching between files and figuring out the names for selectors. If you know CSS, you know how to use Stylify.
If you try Stylify, you will find out that preprocessors and short selectors in frameworks are unnecessary.

Vladimír Macháček
Author of Stylify CSS
Webdev at Slevomat.cz
Mubashar Hashmat Manager at Scorp
Extremely awesome 😎.
Paul⭐Bear
Very cool library!
sam i am
That's nice!
Angsuman Chakraborty
For your information stylifycss.com: Dynamic Utility-First CSS Generator.
Phan An @vuejs core team member
This looks super interesting!
Lukeshiru Webdev at Vangware
It's like Tailwind's JIT, but without having to learn new classnames, and following a really simple set of "rules". Great library!
Tom Ravn Webdeveloper & SysAdmin
Have you heard about Stylify? Similar framework as #TailwindCSS. I guess when you finally learn #CSS using Tailwind you can go level deeper and use Stylify, you will basically write pure CSS into #html.😆
Tomáš Pilař Co-Founder & CTO Conviu.com
I recommend looking at stylifycss.com if you don't know that tool yet 👍. Launched on the first try with Symfony and it works like a charm! 👏
David Mario Licla Front-End dev at Forma
🤯 Did you know that there is an alternative to TailwindCSS but only using CSS properties? Look it's called Stylify!
Ahmad Tahir Fullstack Dev
Wow this looks neat 💯. I'll be checking it out.
Japheth Mutai
Well, I guess we all need to follow @stylifycss to reduce our #CSS related nerve attacks 😂😂.
Mubashar Hashmat Manager at Scorp
Extremely awesome 😎.
Paul⭐Bear
Very cool library!
sam i am
That's nice!
Angsuman Chakraborty
For your information stylifycss.com: Dynamic Utility-First CSS Generator.
Phan An @vuejs core team member
This looks super interesting!
Lukeshiru Webdev at Vangware
It's like Tailwind's JIT, but without having to learn new classnames, and following a really simple set of "rules". Great library!
Tom Ravn Webdeveloper & SysAdmin
Have you heard about Stylify? Similar framework as #TailwindCSS. I guess when you finally learn #CSS using Tailwind you can go level deeper and use Stylify, you will basically write pure CSS into #html.😆
Tomáš Pilař Co-Founder & CTO Conviu.com
I recommend looking at stylifycss.com if you don't know that tool yet 👍. Launched on the first try with Symfony and it works like a charm! 👏
David Mario Licla Front-End dev at Forma
🤯 Did you know that there is an alternative to TailwindCSS but only using CSS properties? Look it's called Stylify!
Ahmad Tahir Fullstack Dev
Wow this looks neat 💯. I'll be checking it out.
Japheth Mutai
Well, I guess we all need to follow @stylifycss to reduce our #CSS related nerve attacks 😂😂.

Why Stylify?

Don't study selectors

  • With the Native Preset you can use native CSS property:value like color:blue as a selector.
  • Don't study and remember selectors. You already know them.

Copy&paste integration

Get small CSS Chunks

  • CSS can be generated for each file, page, layout or component separately.
  • Selector is generated only once and reused when possible.

Minify CSS even more

  • Shrink long selectors such as font-weight:bold to _abc123.
  • Minimize your CSS even further.

Style any screen

  • Combine screens using logical operands like sm&&tolg, xl||landscape and lg&&dark.
  • Dynamic sizes for screens such as minw640px minimizes the amount of screens.

Simplify your work

Go ahead, try it now!

Code less. Do more.