From the command line:
$ gem install compass-normalize
You can also install the gem from your local clone:
$ git clone git://github.com/ksmandersen/compass-normalize.git $ rake build $ rake install
Since v3, Normalize only has one version for modern browsers (Firefox 4+, Chrome, Safari 5+, Opera, and Internet Explorer 8+). If you need support for older browsers, please use the older version of Compass normalize, that include a legacy Normalize.
When creating a new project with compass:
$ compass create <my_project> -r compass-normalize --using compass-normalize
If using an existing project, edit your config.rb and add this line:
To use the normalize plugin, just import and include normalize:
You can also just import parts you need:
@import 'normalize/html5'; @import 'normalize/base'; @import 'normalize/links'; @import 'normalize/typography'; @import 'normalize/embeds'; @import 'normalize/groups'; @import 'normalize/forms'; @import 'normalize/tables';
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