The best classless CSS frameworks in 2021

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  • sakura

    :cherry_blossom: a minimal css framework/theme.

    Ever need style for some plain HTML? Then classless CSS frameworks are for you. I started using these when working on code examples for our Best Date Libraries post. The plain HTML examples looked distractingly ugly, but writing I didn't want to write any CSS. I found Sakura, a classless CSS framework. With just one CSS file my examples looked far more polished. And I didn't have to change the HTML at all.

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    List of awesome CSS frameworks in 2022

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  • wysiwyg.css

    A tiny CSS for generated HTML or Markdown content

    Classless CSS differs from other types of CSS frameworks that target classes. For example, with Bootstrap (the most popular traditional CSS framework) you need to add class="blockquote" to your blockquotes to style them. Or WYSIWYG.css, a "class-light" CSS framework. WYSIWYG.css targets basic HTML elements, but only within a container with class="wysiwyg".

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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