a ridiculously small responsive css framework.
ajusa challenged themself to see how small they could go, but preserve everything Skeleton, Milligram, and other micro frameworks have to offer.
- 12 Column Responsive Grid
- Typography for h1-h6, and body text
- Three types of buttons
- Table Styles
and a little bit more...
fuel is an atomic css addon for lighter. Check it out at https://alamantus.github.io/lighter/docs/fuel.html, and check back occasionally for new features!
- Install lighter.css with one of the following:
npm install --save @alamantus/lighter
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://email@example.com/dist/lighter.css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://firstname.lastname@example.org/src/lighter.css" />
- (Optional) Add fuel.css if you want more:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://email@example.com/dist/fuel.css" />
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://firstname.lastname@example.org/src/fuel.css" />
- Read the Docs to see usage
Note: lighter uses
node-sass to transform from SCSS to CSS3. Each element of lighter and fuel is split into separate "modules"
src/modules, so you can pick and choose what elements to use if you want to customize your style with Sass by
what you need.
There is also a CSSNext version preserved and updated from the fork from lit. If you are comfortable outright using CSSNext, you can directly include the
lighter.css file in the
src directory. Otherwise, use the
lighter supports most modern browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera) but it also has impressive support for older browsers. lighter has been tested on Internet Explorer 11 with no issues.
- Clone this repository (https://www.github.com/alamantus/lighter)
- Make sure you have npm installed
- (for Windows) Install
windows-build-toolsso you can install stuff
npm installin the root directory of
- Once that is completed, run
npm run buildto build the minified version and the gzipped file.
- If you are making changes live, use
npm run watch.
watchwill build the minified css file in
./distwhenever there is a change in