This is a list of classless CSS themes and frameworks. "Classless" means a style sheet does not define special classes you must add to your HTML elements to style these elements. As a result, you can style any plain-HTML page just by linking to the style sheet. This is useful, for example, in prototyping.
- See also
Pico.css also has a class-light version, which is its main version.
W3C Core Styles
These are frameworks that do not force you to apply their classes to many elements but require something like
<div class="container"> or a bit of your own CSS for a page to look right. They may offer optional classes to style your content.
To the extent possible under law, dbohdan has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work.