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Stable version of Uniform CSS now officially released! Release note

Blurs

Learn how to customize default blurs.


Blur

Blur levels can be configured by passing in key value pairs to the blurs setting in your configuration.


Default Blurs

The following default blur configurations are applied. To see a more visual reference of all the blurs, visit Cheatsheet.

@use "uniform" as * with (
$config: (
blurs: (
2xs: 4px,
xs: 8px,
sm: 12px,
md: 16px,
lg: 24px,
xl: 32px,
2xl: 48px,
)
)
);

Customizing via Sass

You can add your own blurs by passing in key value pairs to the blurs map in your configuration.

// main.scss

@use "uniform" as * with (
$config: (
blurs: (
3xl: 72px
),
)
);
/* main.css */

:root {
--blur-3xl: 72px;
}

.filter-blur-3xl {
--filter-blur: var(--blur-3xl);
}
.backdrop-blur-3xl {
--backdrop-blur: var(--blur-3xl);
}
...

Customizing via CDN

If you are using the precompiled version of Uniform, you can customize theme properties by overriding predefined CSS variables.

:root {
--blur-2xs: 4px;
--blur-xs: 8px;
--blur-sm: 12px;
--blur-md: 16px;
--blur-lg: 24px;
--blur-xl: 32px;
--blur-2xl: 48px;
}

Disabling Defaults

If you wish to remove defaults, pass null to any theme property. Additionally, you can add your own by assigning theme settings to the extend map.

@use "uniform" as * with (
$config: (
blurs: null,

extend: (
blurs: (
custom: 64px
)
)
)
)