NES.css is an open-source NES-style (8bit) CSS framework for the web.
lit is the world's smallest responsive CSS framework. It includes grids, cards, tables, typography, and more... all in under 400 bytes (minified and gzipped)
Unnamed is a colorful mini css framework
Read more about How & why I made it here: https://www.codementor.io/ismail16smakosh23/my-short-journey-building-unnamed-my-own-css-framework-csqi9o679
For the DaVinci in all of us. Paint the web.
If the world is your oyster, then the web is your hotdog! Mustard UI was created first as a joke within a small web development team. It then grew to become not only a teaching tool but the starter code for many web projects. The aim is to create a CSS framework that actually looks good. It's still an early concept, but we'd love your thoughts.
The goal of the project is to make Windows 95 UI alive again! Refresh the old components, and add some new ones needed for modern mobile/web apps.
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