A fully responsive and comprehensive CSS framework with beautiful controls and simplistic structure. Cirrus is designed to be adaptable to existing themes or when starting fresh.
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🔨 Quick Install
npm install cirrus-ui
yarn add cirrus-ui
✨ Why not other frameworks?
Even with a multitude of CSS frameworks, some are either too basic to develop more complex websites and some are too bogged down with a lot of styles that don't end up getting used. Cirrus is meant to bridge a gap between boilerplate stylesheets and UI frameworks.
⚡Lightweight - Cirrus consists of a single minified file using only 9.9kb and 15.1.kb respectively. 🎁Beautiful Components - Tons of pre-built components to for rapid prototyping. 💎Clean - Styles are easy to follow and written using BEM Notation. 📱Responsive - Responsive designs out of the box.
🎯 Supported Browsers
Cirrus relies on What CSS to prefix? to determine which selectors need preprocessors.
IE / Edge
|IE9, IE10, IE11, Edge||last 3 versions, ESR||last 3 versions||last 3 versions||last 3 versions||last 3 versions|
🔮 What's Included
Framework components are now broken down into
ext packages. The
core package only contains the essentials for basic styling while
core + ext adds specially designed components.
- Buttons - Styles for the button with 3 different variations.
- Code - Style for code markup blocks.
- Default (Base) - The core of this framework.
- Font - All text styles for this framework for headers, articles, blockquotes, and paragraphs.
- Footer - Basic styles for setting up a page footer.
- Forms - Form styles for textboxes, textfields, selects, and layout.
- Frames - Flexible panel with header, body, and footer for layouts.
- Header - Styles for header elements including drop down menus.
- Layout - Rules for grids, item alignment, and layout borders.
- Links - Link styles with different effects.
- Lists - A simple stylesheet to simplify list UI.
- Media - Rules for styling images, videos, figures, avatars, and other media components.
- Tables - Clean designs for tables.
- Theme - Default colors of the framework.
- Util - Designed to solve many common headaches with CSS.
- Animations - Consists of animations that will work with the controls.
- Avatar - Styles for user avatars.
- Cards - Base for card controls.
- Grid - Experimental implementation of CSS Grid standard.
- Modal - Styles for a pop up modal dialog.
- Modifiers - Classes designed for modifying text and backgrounds.
- Pagination - Design for pagination and pagination navigation links.
- Placeholder - Styles for a control designed to be a placeholder such as "Coming Soon" panels and so on.
- Tabs - Contains styles for tab controls.
- Tags - Chip-like controls that are helpful for listing items.
- Tiles - Flexible layout used for tiling controls horizontally.
- Toast - A small overaly notification for websites.
- Tooltips - Add tooltips to any control for contextual info.
- The only component that requires the use of jQuery is the
Headercomponent for toggling the dropdown menu on mobile.
- It is possible to use these components without jQuery in other frameworks like Angular and React by mimicking the behavior of toggling the class.
👏 Related Projects
|vue-cirrus||Cirrus components for Vue.js with straightforward syntax|
💎 Examples that use Cirrus
📰 License and Attribution
Cirrus is licensed under the MIT license. If this frame work has helped you in any way, attribution in the footer of your website would be much appreciated.