Semantic UIUser Interface is the language of the web
Get Started New in 2.4
Using Build Tools
Semantic UI packaged Gulp build tools so your project can preserve its own theme changes.
The easiest way to install Semantic UI is our NPM package which contains special install scripts to make setup interactive and updates seamless.
For installing with specific integrations like Ember, React, or Meteor, see our integration guide
For integrating Semantic UI tasks into your own build tools, or using a CDN see our recipes section.
If you are using Semantic UI as a dependency and just want to use our default theme, use our lighter semantic-ui-css or semantic-ui-less repo. If you just need the files you can download them as a zip from GitHub.
If you are unfamiliar with setting up NodeJS you can follow the steps below, or check out the download page on nodejs.org
Option 1: Homebrew
After installing homebrew
brew install node
Option 2: Git
git clone git://github.com/nodejs/node.git
sudo make install
Semantic UI uses Gulp to provide command line tools for building themed versions of the library with just the components you need.
Gulp is an NPM module and must be installed globally
npm install -g gulp
Install Semantic UI
Semantic UI is available in an eponymous package on NPM
Include in Your HTML
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="semantic/dist/semantic.min.css">
Updating via NPM
Semantic's NPM install script will automatically update Semantic UI to the latest version while preserving your site and packaged themes.