Simple CSS framework for hackers. Simple as potato.
PotatoCSS can be installed via the methods below,
- Manual: Download
- via NPM:
npm install potato-css
- via git:
git clone https://github.com/ummahusla/PotatoCSS.git
How to use
potato.min.css from the
/stylesheets/css folder and shove it where you store the CSS files for your project.
Demo can be found at https://potatocss.github.io/.
Alternately, you can find examples and snippets to use with PotatoCSS in the example folder.
The following details are estimates, assume evergreen browser support for now.
- Chrome : ALL
- Firefox : 3.5+
- Safari : 3.2+
- Opera : 11+
- Opera Mini : ALL
- Edge : ALL
- Internet Explorer : 9+
Building The Code
To build the code, follow these steps.
- Ensure that NodeJS is installed. This provides the platform on which the build tooling runs.
- From the project folder, execute the following command:
- To build the code from SCSS version, you can now run:
- To build the code from LESS version, you can now run:
- You will find the compiled code in the
- To watch changes while develop, you can now run:
gulp default # It will start watching process and local server with livereloading
- To test changes in compiled stylesheets, you can now run:
gulp test-css # or npm test
Please read the repository's