I may be moving projects off of Github. Also, I've not been able to update them on github as quickly due to issues with the software I use for synching (SparkleShare).
If you need documentation for anole, see here: Anole Website
- A single css file, anole.css, will provide everything you need to get started.
- Themes will be possible, using anole-themename.css to override or extend existing classes.
A website using Anole will consist of three main "parts" or areas:
- Head: always visible. Recommended for navigational content.
- Body: sits below the head, centered on the page. Recommended for main content.
- Tail: optional, recommended for author info and links. Can optionally replace the head, to be used for navigation.
- Lato fonts (might be included). Required for default theme, other themes may use other fonts.