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Fuel UX extends Bootstrap 3 with additional lightweight JavaScript controls. It is actively maintained by members of Salesforce Marketing Cloud, with the support and involvement of the community.

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Fuel UX can be used with an existing page via CDN or installed in a project.

Read the Getting started page for more detailed information on the framework contents, templates, examples, and more.


Add fuelux class to the portion of the page using Fuel UX as seen here.

Ensure all the dependencies are included on the page (eg, such as using the CDN as shown below).

<link href="//" rel="stylesheet">
<link href="//" rel="stylesheet">

<script src="//"></script>
<script src="//"></script>
<script src="//"></script>

The code you want is in dist

A few ways available to install.

More details for the above can be found here.

What's included

We provide compiled CSS and JS (like fuelux.*), as well as compiled and minified CSS and JS (like fuelux.min.*) in the dist folder. Supporting icons are provided as fonts.

├── css/
│   ├── fuelux.css
│   ├── fuelux.min.css
├── js/
│   ├── fuelux.js
│   └── fuelux.min.js
└── fonts/
    ├── fuelux.eot
    ├── fuelux.svg
    ├── fuelux.ttf
    └── fuelux.woff


Fuel UX is dependent upon Bootstrap 3 and jQuery. If you installed by cloning the repo or by downloading a .zip archive, you'll also want to grab these things, as it won't work without them.

For other methods of managing dependencies consider AMD support via require.

Bugs and Feature Requests

Have a bug or a feature request? Please first review the open issues, then search for existing and closed issues. If your problem or idea is not addressed yet, please open a new issue.

For additional assistance connect with the community.


Fuel UX documentation is built with Jekyll and publicly hosted on GitHub Pages at More details on seting up Jekyll and running docs locally can be found here.

Previous releases

Documentation for v2.6 has been made available for the time being while folks transition to Bootstrap 3. You can download 2.6 updates (bug fixes only) from the fuelux2 branch.


Before writing code

Writing code

  • Do not edit or commit files in the dist directory. Project maintainers will commit files in the dist directory from time to time. Details on compiling CSS and JavasScript can be found here.
  • Source files are in respective js, less, and fonts directories.
  • Conform to Salesforce Marketing Cloud style guide.
  • Add and/or update unit tests for any new or changed functionality.
  • Test your code at http://localhost:8000/. (start using grunt servefast)
  • Run unit tests with grunt test or in browser at http://localhost:8000/test/ (you'll need to grunt servefast to keep server from quitting on failed unit tests to troubleshoot in browser).

Submitting Pull Requests

All pull requests are validated via Travis CI. If the tests fail and you feel it is a Travis issue, you can trigger a restart.

While grunt can run the included unit tests via PhantomJS, this isn't a substitute for running tests across a variety of browsers and environments. Please be sure to test in as many of the browsers listed in sauce_browsers.yml as you can before contributing.

  • Run grunt to lint & test your code.
  • Write meaningful commit messages.
  • Submit a pull request from your github fork, mentioning the issue your changes fix.
  • Follow your pull request answering questions and making adjustments as appropriate until it is merged.

Read more about contributing to FuelUX



Our aim is to provide a suite of related but independent projects that help web developers integrate, manage, and customize quality libraries and utilities to more efficiently develop, maintain, test, and distribute their projects. Any improvements or fixes we make to the open source projects, we use will be contributed upstream if they are useful to the rest of the community.

Project Maintainers (a-z)
Stephen James tweetllama on Twitter interactivellama on Github
Christopher McCulloh @cmcculloh on Twitter cmcculloh on Github cormacmccarthy on Github
Kevin Parkerson kevinparkerson on Twitter kevinparkerson on Github
Stephen Williams swilliamsui on Twitter swilliamset on Github
Dave Woodward futuremint on Twitter futuremint on Github

Special thanks to major contributors and active contributors.

And thank you to all those that have submitted issues and contributed to this library.

Copyright and License

Copyright © 2012-2014 Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Inc.

View BSD-3 license.