You can also install Pure using Bower, using the following command:
$ bower install --save pure
Or you can install Pure using NPM:
$ npm install purecss
Build From Source
Optionally, you can build Pure from its source on Github. To do this, you'll need to have Node.js and npm installed. We useGrunt to build Pure.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:yahoo/pure.git
$ cd pure
$ npm install
Now, all Pure CSS files should be built into the pure/build/ directory. All files that are in this build directory are also available on the CDN. The naming conventions of the files in the build/ directory follow these rules:
[module]-core.css: The minimal set of styles, usually structural, that provide the base on which the rest of the module's styles build.
[module]-nr.css: Rollup of [module]-core.css + [module].css + [module]-[feature].css from thesrc/[module]/ dir. This is the non-responsive version of a module.
[module].css: Rollup of [module]-nr.css + [module]-r.css from the build/ dir. This is the responsive version of a module.
*-min.css: A minified file version of the files of the same name.
pure.css: A rollup of all [module].css files in the build/ dir. This is a responsive roll-up of everything, non-minified.
pure-min.css: Minified version of pure.css that should be used in production.
pure-nr.css: A Rollup of all modules without @media queries. This is a non-responsive roll-up of everything, non-minified.
pure-nr-min.css: Minified version of pure-nr.css that should be used in production.
grids-responsive.css: Unminified version of Pure's grid stylesheet which includes @media queries.
grids-responsive-min.css: Minified version of grids-responsive.css that should be used in production.
Browser Support and Testing
Pure is tested and works in:
Latest Stable: Firefox, Chrome, Safari
Docs and Website
Pure's website is also open source, so please open any issues or pull requests for the docs and website over at the pure-site repository.