A simple, lightweight, minimal and easy-to-use responsive CSS framework.
Why use it?
CSSLite is lightweight, minimal and simple and easy to get started with. It styles plain HTML elements and offers some classes for more styles and provides a responsive grid. Nothing more.
- Around 300+ lines of CSS.
- It's simple and easy to get started with.
- It's Opensource!
- It's Flexible.
- It's beginner friendly.
- Change anything in the stylesheet to suit your comfort.
- No compiling or CDN link just plain vanilla CSS
- Use with other frameworks or your custom CSS easily.
Currently no plans to support older browsers. We aim to support modern browsers.
- Firefox latest
- Opera latest
- Midori latest
- Brave Browser latest
- Chrome latest (unchecked)
- Safari latest (unchecked)
- Vivaldi latest (unchecked)
- Edge latest (unchecked)
There are a couple ways to get CSSLite:
- Download the latest version or Check other versions
- Clone the repo:
git clone https://github.com/benjithorpe/csslite.git.
- Copy the
csslite.cssfile to your project folder.
- Link to
csslite.cssfrom your HTML file.
- voilà! you are done.
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for contributing and submitting pull requests.
Planing to start using SemVer for versioning. Still haven't decided yet. ;)
This project is licensed under the MIT License feel free to use, misuse and abuse it as you like. See the LICENSE file for more details.
During re-distribution, re-development, or any other personal changes made within
csslite.css, We only ask that you keep the file name (
csslite.css) as it is. Nothing more.
Hat tip to anyone whose code/contribution was used or added.
CSSLite was created for the freedom to control your CSS styles (and class names) as you please.
- Benjamin Thorpe - Initial work - CSSLite
See the list of contributors who participated in this project.