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It'?s a skeleton: Reactive CSS Boilerplate
If you' re starting a smaller program or just don't have the feeling that you need all the benefits of bigger framework, you should usekeleton. Style your template with a fistful of default HTML items and a raster, but that's often more than enough to get you going. Actually, this page is based onkeleton, and has ~200 rows of user-defined style sheet (half of which is your browser interface).
It is a 12-column liquid grating with a maximum width of 960px that will shrink with the browser/device for smaller heights. It has a simple synthetic structure that makes it much simpler to respond to code. Types are defined by rms, so fontsize and spatial relations can be measured responsibly on the basis of a unique font-size characteristic.
Immediately after unpacking, Skeleton never changes the fontsize, but it is there if you need it for your work. There are two fundamental variants of skeleton icons. You can apply badge style to a number of suitable shape items, but you can also attach it to any anchor with a badge group.
Forming is a big burden, but hopefully these makes it a little simpler. Using utilities to operate its scaleable raster, but also having a set of query lists to facilitate the design of your website across device boundaries, Speeds up the process of creating a website with it. They are mobil-first, i.e. they aim at the min-width. Initially, mobiles show how the Frameworkrid is structured and are the preferred way to organize your CCS.
This means that all style outside a request will be applied to all units, then bigger units will be used for improvement. Size for the prompts are: The Skeleton has a number of smaller helper categories that function as easy-to-use aides. It is sometimes better to use an auxiliary category than to build a whole new category just to hover an item.
"This template is an example of how simple it can be to make a target page with only the skeleton raster and some user-defined style. Further samples are added to help everyone get used to Skeleton or to better understand how it works. So if you are more interested in living samples of skeleton pages, I will soon make a "Built on Skeleton" listing!