SenCSs: A CSS Framework For All But Not The Layout

SenCSs is a CSS framework that doesn’t provide a layout system but aims to take care of the rest, like:

  • fonts & font-sizes
  • paddings
  • margins
  • colors,
  • tables & lists
  • headers, blockquotes and what more..

SenCSs CSS Framework
has support for forms which helps presenting them nicely (better form support is on the way).


There are also styles for elements like errors, warnings or success messages which are parts of a standard web application.

SenCSs, although being fresh & currently in development, is a nice base to start with & improve depending on your needs.

An example HTML file can be found here.

1 Comment
  1. Reply naspinski January 1, 2009 at 4:24 AM

    For the love of god, quit making links open in new windows… it is not 1995 anymore. If I want a new window, I will ‘Open in new Window’… You would think a web resource site would avoid this annoyance.

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