Lint the CSS in your styled components with stylelint!
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Lint the CSS in your styled components with stylelint!

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NOTE: This is currently in alpha. While unit-tested, it doesn't yet have a lot of real world project exposure, so there'll be some edge cases we haven't covered. Please try it out and submit bug reports!



You need:

  • stylelint (duh)
  • This processor (to add styled-components support)
  • The standard config for stylelint (or any config you like)
npm install --save-dev stylelint-processor-styled-components stylelint stylelint-config-standard


Add a .stylelintrc file to the root of your project:

  "processors": ["stylelint-processor-styled-components"],
  "extends": "stylelint-config-standard",
  "syntax": "scss"

Setting the syntax to scss is needed for nesting and interpolation support!

Then you need to actually run stylelint.

Add a lint:css script to your package.json. This script will run stylelint with a path to all of your files containing styled-components code:

  "scripts": {
    "lint:css": "stylelint './components/**/*.js'"

NOTE: Don't worry about passing in files that don't contain any styled-components code – we take care of that.

Now you can lint your CSS by running this script! πŸŽ‰

npm run lint:css


Licensed under the MIT License, Copyright Β© 2016 Maximilian Stoiber. See for more information!

Based on Mapbox' excellent stylelint-processor-markdown, thanks to @davidtheclark!