u-basscss

    2.0.1 • Public • Published

    u-basscss

    Forked from basscss

    Global Changes

    • All resources are local to this package (in ./src), rather than in sub-packages
    • All class names have ub- prepended
    • Multiple modules are compiled and can be imported (e.g. import 'u-basscss/css/layout.css';)
    • Margin and padding start at 0.25rem instead of 0.5rem
    • The custom-prop build has been removed

    Typography Module Changes

    Renamed text alignment classes:

    • .ub-left-align => .ub-tx-left-align
    • .ub-center => .ub-tx-center
    • .ub-right-align => .ub-tx-right-align
    • .ub-justify => .ub-tx-justify

    Added the following class:

    • .ub-line-height-noraml { line-height: normal }

    Basscss

    Low-level CSS toolkit http://basscss.com

    Build Status npm version

    Lightning-Fast Modular CSS with No Side Effects

    Basscss is a lightweight collection of immutable utilities designed for speed, clarity, performance, and scalability.

    Features

    Code with Confidence

    Using clear, humanized naming conventions, Basscss is quick to internalize and easy to reason about while speeding up development time with more scalable, more readable code.

    No Side Effects

    Things behave exactly as expected with immutable utilities and styles that follow the open/closed principle to help prevent common pitfalls with CSS.

    Composable

    Reusable, interoperable styles work like building blocks to lay the foundation for any stylesheet and can be mixed and matched in any number of combinations.

    Designed for Design

    Basscss strikes a balance between consistency and flexibility to allow for rapid prototyping and quick iterative changes when designing in the browser.

    Responsive by Default

    Basscss provides lightweight, performant styles and flexible utilities to design for any device and to help reduce boilerplate in stylesheets.

    Unassuming

    Modular and customizable typography and layout styles don’t dictate what things should look like and play well with other stylesheets and frameworks.

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    Base styles

    The core Basscss package does not include any base element styles. For an out-of-the-box solution, see:

    https://github.com/basscss/basic

    Addons

    In addition to the core modules, optional modules, including responsive margin, padding, layout, and typography styles, can be found here:

    https://github.com/basscss/addons

    Ace.css

    For a bundle with the core Basscss and all optional modules, see:

    https://github.com/basscss/ace


    Contributing

    See CONTRIBUTING.md


    MIT license

    Install

    npm i u-basscss

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    1,271

    Version

    2.0.1

    License

    MIT

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