Three Dots is a small CSS/CSS3 library that provides a set of 19 fancy animated loading spinners created with three dots.
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.
select-css is a CSS library that makes the styles of the native dropdown select consistent across browsers.
infinity-css-grid is an ultralight (less than 0.1kb ) CSS layout system that helps web developers quickly generate responsive, flexible grid layout using CSS flexbox.
A minimal, responsive image gallery lightbox where the user is able to navigate between full sized images in a fullscreen lightbox popup.
The floaty.css library helps web developers to create a cross-browser responsive layout based on CSS float: left property.
PSone.css is a Playstation 1 style, 16-bit CSS Framework created for y generation (80s and 90s). Inspired by the NES.css 8-bit CSS framework.