The Less Formal CSS Framework
What is PaperCSS?
I got tired of mODerN STylEs and clean pages on the internet. I also wanted to learn more about Flexbox and Less. So I made PaperCSS to solve these two challenges of mine :)
The goal of PaperCSS is to be as minimal as possible when adding classes. For example, a button should just look like a paper button. There shouldn't be a need to add a class such as paper-button. Because of this, adding PaperCSS to a markdown generated page should instantly paper-ize it.
While I'm proud of how it's turned out so far, I think there's a lot that can still be done to make it better. Such things as refactoring, adding more utility classes and more border types (like dashed/dotted) could really polish off this framework. That's why it's open sourced and available for pull requests!
If you are new to Git or Less, this would be a great project to get your feet wet with. I'd be happy to help walk you through the pull request process.
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Recent user activities on PaperCSS
- dreamcoder_uzbek added PaperCSS as alternative(s) to Reactstrap
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