You can use Pigeon in a couple of different ways, depending on the way your
site is being developed. First, you'll need to
the latest version or grab the code on GitHub.
You can also install Pigeon with
Component using the
$ bower install pigeon
$ component install rowanmanning/pigeon
If you're just writing vanilla CSS, then you can simply include
in your page above your own styles.
If you need to customise pigeon, you can do so by tweaking
the default variables
and rebuilding the CSS.
If you're already using Sass with your project, then you can include Pigeon
directly. This is simple; assuming you have the Pigeon source code in
If you wish to customise Pigeon, you can do so using Sass variables. You can
find documentation for customising Pigeon here.
Once you're set up, you can start using the wealth of CSS objects provided
by Pigeon. Read about CSS objects here.
Note: Pigeon comes bundled with
which means there's no need to include your own reset or normalizer – in
fact, styles will probably break if you do.