Retro 8-bit CSS Front-end Framework – NES.css

Category: CSS & CSS3 , Frameworks , Recommended | December 28, 2018
Author: BcRikko
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Last Update: December 28, 2018
License: MIT

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Retro 8-bit CSS Front-end Framework – NES.css

Description:

NES.css is a CSS front-end framework used to create retro 8-bit web applications inspired by classic NES games. Ideal for the 80s and video game websites & blogs.

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How to use it:

Install & download the NES.css.

# NPM
$ npm install nes.css --save

Import the NES.css into the document and we’re ready to go.

<link href="./css/nes.css" rel="stylesheet">

Previews:

NES.css Buttons

NES.css Buttons

NES.css Checkbox & Radio Button

NES.css Checkbox & Radio Button

NES.css Form Fields

NES.css Form Fields

NES.css Quest-status

NES.css Quest-status

NES.css Balloons

NES.css Balloons

NES.css Icons

NES.css Icons

Changelog:

12/28/2018

  • Add components dir and split css file

12/23/2018

  • Updated for select element.

12/05/2018

  • Improvement.
  • Added Youtube icon.

12/02/2018

  • CSS update

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One thought on “Retro 8-bit CSS Front-end Framework – NES.css

  1. Federico

    Hey thanks for your hard work, this looks amazing! Could you please lend me a hand on how to install it? I am new to web design and I can’t figure out how to put it to work. I just know how to add a css xD
    Thanks in advance!

    Reply

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