CSS


Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used for describing the look and formatting of a document written in a markup language.



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Global, default settings for the inuitcss framework
References: 78 | License: Apache-2.0
2. neat
A lightweight, semantic grid framework
References: 45 | License: MIT
Default settings.
References: 40 | License: MIT

References: 38 | License: unknown

References: 36 | License: MIT
Responsive tooling for the inuitcss framework
References: 35 | License: Apache-2.0
Responsive settings for the inuitcss framework
References: 32 | License: Apache-2.0
The defaults module contains global defaults used across other modules.
References: 32 | License: MIT
inuitcss’ default functions
References: 30 | License: Apache-2.0
A modern alternative to CSS resets
References: 25 | License: MIT

Most followed libraries

Intergrate foundation for apps with material design
Followers: 21 | License: MIT
Material Design is a specification for a unified system of visual, motion, and interaction design that adapts across different...
Followers: 15 | License: MIT
A responsive, Angular-powered framework for web apps from ZURB.
Followers: 8 | License: MIT
The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Quickly create prototypes and production code for sites that wo...
Followers: 7 | License: MIT
Normalize.css is a customisable CSS file that makes browsers render all elements more consistently and in line with modern sta...
Followers: 7 | License: MIT

Followers: 7 | License: unknown
Everything you need to build sites and apps with HTML5 & JavaScript
Followers: 7 | License: Commercial
8. toastr

Followers: 5 | License: MIT

Followers: 5 | License: Apache-2.0
A modern alternative to CSS resets
Followers: 4 | License: MIT

Currently updated libraries

Sass mixin to target high density screens.
References: 0 | License: MIT
The next generation of Lonely Planet's style guide and pattern library.
References: 0 | License: MIT
Prism syntax highlighting theme greenprint
References: 0 | License: MIT
A family of omega mixins for Neat 2.0
References: 0 | License: MIT
This is a project to centralize moove-it web styles with bower.
References: 0 | License: MIT
This is a project to centralize moove-it web styles with bower.
References: 0 | License: MIT
This is a project to centralize moove-it web styles with bower.
References: 0 | License: MIT
This is a project to centralize moove-it web styles with bower.
References: 0 | License: MIT
This is a project to centralize moove-it web styles with bower.
References: 0 | License: MIT

References: 0 | License: MIT

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