CSS-Mint

Lightweight and simple to use CSS UI Kit

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#5 Product of the DayJuly 10, 2016

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Hey. It doesn't make sense to include screenshots of components instead of demo for a CSS framework.
J. Alexander Curtis@_jacurtis · Co-Founder, Yagi Telecom
@wirddin lol would have to agree. It's very weird.
@wirddin I was just thinking the same thing!
Arun Michael DsouzaMaker@amdsouza92
@wirddin Totally agreed! I will change the demo with functional examples as soon as possible.
Jeroen van der Tuin@jeromche · Managing Director, Jeromche
@wirddin First thing I noticed. It's mindboggling.
Shankar@i_shankar
Hey @amdsouza92 , good work. Spent 5 minutes, this is what I could do : http://codepen.io/i_shankar/pen/... BTW, why 6 columns over standard 12 columns? Also, Kitchen sink would have been a better choice instead of screenshots.
Arun Michael DsouzaMaker@amdsouza92
@i_shankar 12 column grid system will be out in the newer version, also Ill add a kitchen sink as soon as I get time. Thanks.
Shankar@i_shankar
@amdsouza92 If I get time, I'll contribute. Let me know.
Arun Michael DsouzaMaker@amdsouza92
@i_shankar Of course you can. Please go ahead.
Shankar@i_shankar
@amdsouza92 Will send a pull request whenever done :)
Comic-CONnor@connorgutman · Expert procrastinator and full-stack dev
Nice stuff! The only thing that I dislike is the 6 column grid over a 12 column grid.
Arun Michael DsouzaMaker@amdsouza92
@connorgutman 12 column grid system will be out in the newer version.