This is a collection of CSS styles and corresponding HTML elements that are currently being styled. Use this code to develop the front-end of your website. A large part of this code was hacked from the Skeleton Framework. The CSS styles are all broken apart into smaller more easy to manage LESS files which need to compiled to see the changes affect the main template.css file. If you're unfamiliar with LESS I suggest CodeKit for Mac OS, or Grunt (which uses Node.js) for other platforms
Skeleton is a small collection of well-organized CSS files that can help you rapidly develop sites that look beautiful at any size, be it a 17" laptop screen or an iPhone. It's based on a responsive grid, but also provides very basic CSS for typography, buttons, forms and media queries. Go ahead, resize this super basic page to see the grid in action.
Skeleton is built on three core principles:
The easiest way to really get started with Skeleton is to check out the full docs and info at www.getskeleton.com.. Skeleton is also open-source and has a project on git, so check that out if you want to report bugs or create a pull request. If you have any questions, thoughts, concerns or feedback, please don't hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Skeleton is a small collection of CSS files that can help you rapidly develop sites that look beautiful at any size, be it a 17" laptop screen or an iPhone. Skeleton is built on three core principles:
Skeleton has a familiar, lightweight 960 grid as its base, but elegantly scales down to downsized browser windows, tablets, mobile phones (in landscape and portrait). Go ahead, resize this page!
Skeleton is a tool for rapid development. Get started fast with CSS best practices, a well-structured grid that makes mobile consideration easy, an organized file structure and super basic UI elements like lightly styled forms, buttons, tabs and more.
Skeleton is not a UI framework. It's a development kit that provides the most basic styles as a foundation, but is ready to adopt whatever your design or style is.
Skeleton's base grid is a variation of the 960 grid system. The syntax is simple and it's effective cross browser, but the awesome part is that it also has the flexibility to go mobile like a champ. Go ahead, resize the browser and watch as the layout reacts!
These are examples of the grid with three columns.
These are examples of the grid with four columns.
The typography of Skeleton is designed to create a strong hierarchy with basic styles. The primary font is the classic Helvetica Neue, but the font stack can be easily changed with just a couple adjustments. Regular paragraphs are set at a 14px base with 21px line height.
This is a blockquote style example. It stands out, but is awesomeDave Gamache, Skeleton Creator
Forms can be one of the biggest pains for web developers, but just use these dead simple styles and you should be good to go.
Skeleton uses a lot of media queries to serve the scalable grid, but also for the convenience of styling your site on different size screens. Skeleton's media queries are almost exclusively targeted at max and min widths rather than device sizes or orientations. The advantage of this is browsers and future mobile devices that don't map to exact set dimensions will still benefit from the styles. That being said, all of the queries were written to be optimal on Apple iOS devices. The built in media queries include:
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