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Data URI Image Inlining

Stylus is bundled with an optional function named url(), which replaces the literal url() calls (and conditionally inlines them using base64 Data URIs).

Example

The function itself is available via require('stylus').url. It accepts an options object, returning a function that Stylus calls internally when it sees url().

The .define(name, callback) method assigned a JavaScript function that can be called from Stylus source. In this case, since our images are in ./css/images, we can ignore the paths option (by default image lookups are performed relative to the file being rendered). But if desired, this behavior can be altered:

  stylus(str)
    .set('filename', __dirname + '/css/test.styl')
    .define('url', stylus.url())
    .render(function(err, css){

    });

For example, imagine our images live in ./public/images. We want to use url(images/tobi.png). We could pass paths our public directory, so that it becomes part of the lookup process.

Likewise, if instead we wanted url(tobi.png), we could pass paths: [__dirname + '/public/images'].

  stylus(str)
    .set('filename', __dirname + '/css/test.styl')
    .define('url', stylus.url({ paths: [__dirname + '/public'] }))
    .render(function(err, css){

    });

Options

  • limit bytesize limit defaulting to 30Kb (30000), use false to disable the limit
  • paths image resolution path(s)
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