The minimalistic grid & typography framework by Joel Eisner
Check out the comprehensive guide and example at http://www.joeleisner.com/chassis/
Even more minor fixes and improvements:
- Proper styling for nested columns!
- Nested rows now remove left/right padding, keeping your content aligned and visually cohesive
- The following packages were upgraded:
Minor fixes and improvements:
- A more verbose CSS reset within its own SASS partial
- Removed unnecessary offsets class (.offset-12)
- Fixed a misspelling in one of the package.json keywords
It's been a while, and Chassis.css has had a major overhaul. Here's what's in this release:
- The distribution CSS/SASS can now be installed with Node Package Manager
- Truly mobile-first (for real this time)
- Styling is now defined at the mobile level first, and builds up to the desktop level with media queries
- Faster rendering on mobile devices
- CSS reset
- A minimal CSS reset is once again included
- Font Smoothing
- Font-smoothing for Mozilla (OSX) and WebKit browsers are now included
- Even more changes!
- Utilization of GitHub releases
- Simplified Gulp workflow
- Simplified project hierarchy and structure
- Contextual changes to SASS variables, mixins, and partials
Check out the changelog for previous release information.
$ npm install chassis-css
To customize Chassis.css, cloning the repository might be necessary. Once cloned, make sure to run
$ npm install to grab all of Chassis.css' dependencies.
$ gulp build
$ gulp compile
$ gulp package