Blaze CSS
Open source modular CSS toolkit providing great structure for building websites quickly

What makes Blaze different?

Blaze fills the gap between monolithic frameworks like Bootstrap, UIKit and Semantic, and "micro" ones such as Skeleton, Milligram and Min.

More than just a grid

Micro-frameworks tend to sacrifice a lot of usefulness for the file size, leaving the developer wanting more


Blaze won't automatically take control of any of your design unless you want it to


Blaze follows BEM and Inverted Triangle naming conventions to give meaning and context to our selectors

It all depends on your situation and what problem you're trying to solve but we think Blaze can provide you with the best of both worlds, and it can be easily hosted on any server.


Blaze is a comprehensive starting point for any website. Our components provide great structure, designed to help you improve your development speed it has a shallow learning curve and intuitive naming conventions.


Built with a mobile first approach Blaze is fully responsive


You can use any part of Blaze in isolation to make your payload small and focused

Custom builds

In 3 easy steps you can have a custom build with easy to use variables and mixins

Small size

It might only be 9Kb but its complete and easy to use

Open Source

Blaze is open source, free and always will be. Pull Requests, suggestions or comments are all welcome and valued.

Hosted on Github

Our project (and this website) is hosted on Github. Blaze Github!

MIT Licence

You can benefit from using Blaze in your own way


Blaze will thrive on contributions from the open source community, so get forking!