This theme retains most of the default styles of localwiki's core sapling theme while allowing better readability on a wide array of viewport sizes.
Localwiki is some super great wiki software with a focus on geographical locations, but could be used for pretty much any wikifying purpose.
Learn about localwiki at localwiki.org.
The skeleton css framework is used to provide a responsive grid. Only the layout.css and skeleton.css files were copied from the skeleton project.
Learn more about skeleton at getskeleton.com.
- tables and images haven't been dealt with at all yet. that shit could get ugly still on small screens.
- changes have been kinda mixed in with default code. that's a little messy. i'll try to separate out the new responsive stuff from the old css styles a little more.
- the edit page looks like a pile of nasty on small screens. it just doesn't work. making editing work on a small screen seems like it'll take some serious refactoring of the ckeditor css.