Public API

Creates styles attached to a global selector.

Requires a selector string as the first parameter, followed by a style object.

import { globalStyle } from "@navita/css";
globalStyle('html, body', {
  margin: 0,
  padding: 0,
globalStyle("body", {
  background: "hotpink",

Side Effects

Due to tree shaking, it's important to explicitly import any global styles you create:

// app.ts
import './reset.ts';
// Rest of your app code

If you use globalStyles in your application entry point, you don't need to worry about this.

Here's an example where your globalStyles will be tree shaken away and not visible in the final CSS output:

import { globalStyle } from "@navita/css";
export const TOKEN_COLOR_BRAND = 'hotpink';
globalStyle('body', {
  background: TOKEN_COLOR_BRAND,
// app.tsx
import { TOKEN_COLOR_BRAND } from './theme2.ts';
const App = () => (
  <h1>Our Brand Color: ${TOKEN_COLOR_BRAND}</h1>

The easiest way to fix this is to explicitly import your file with globalStyles:

// app.ts
import './theme.ts';
import { TOKEN_COLOR_BRAND } from './theme.ts';
// The rest of your app code

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