Crunch it, and you're good to go.

  • Write your LESS markup.
  • Crunch it into a CSS file.
  • Link the crunched CSS file in your HTML.

Everyone loves LESS. After all, who isn't tired of typing all the browser prefixes to make some kick-ass CSS3? But don't you wish you could organize your LESS/CSS styles into some well-organized libraries, and then just serve a single file to the browser? Or render your page without relying on JavaScript or command-line geekery? Wouldn't it be great if you could just edit LESS, and then save CSS?

Thanks for asking. Yes, it would be great, and that's why we made Crunch. To make your life great. Just because.

Crunch requires Adobe AIR. Go get it!