CSS-Mint

Lightweight and simple to use UI Kit.

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#5 Product of the DayJuly 10, 2016

CSS Mint is a lightweight (just 3KB gzipped) and fully-responsive open source UI kit built to ease up layout and structuring of your web application. Built on top of normalize.css, it handles cross browser inconsistencies and provides minimalistic CSS components to be used in your application.

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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.