There are multiple ways to install Shelves. Here are your options:
This is the simplest way to get started with Shelves. Here's a big freaking button to download the latest generated CSS file:
Shelves is registered with Bower, and you can access both the generated CSS or the entire Sass framework from the component.
$ bower install --save shelves
To customize the CSS without using Sass, you can use the included command line tool:
$ gem install shelves $ shelves --width 1140px --columns 16 > grid.css
Nearly every Sass variable is available as a command line option, so be sure to run with
--help to see everything that is available:
$ shelves --help
This is the recommended way to use Shelves. Install using the
$ gem install shelves
or add Shelves to your Gemfile:
# ... gem 'shelves' # ...
With Shelves installed, it will automatically integrate with the most common frameworks: Rails, Sprockets, and Compass. So all you should have to do is
@import it as usual:
// @import "shelves"; // Import just the mixins @import "shelves-grid"; // Import mixins & default grid