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A minimum-interference collection of common-sense default styles.
To get it all, use the single-file compilation:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="release/layers.min.css">
You can also pick and choose what you want (in alphabetical order):
<link rel="stylesheet" href="source/layers/_normalize.css"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="source/layers/forms.css"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="source/layers/grid.css"> ...
If you use an autoloader (e.g. asset pipeline in Rails), you can just include the whole source directory.
All responsive adjustments are included in separate from the main release:
<link rel="stylesheet" href="release/responsive.min.css">
Individual files are also available under
You'll want to build the responsive part with your own break points at jerryjappinen.com/layers/ and add more complex degradation behavior, this is just a start.
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