Yesterday I discovered this lovely project called dropin-minimal-css which is a collection of classless css frameworks. You can try it out on your site by simply including a script tag and then start scrolling through the stylesheets.
It prompted me to rewrite my stylesheet last night and use okcss by andrewh0 as my base stylesheet. I’m really linking the idea of a stylesheet which (almost 1) completely relies on html tags for inferring styles. It should make it much easier to have a consistent look across this site going forward.
Building a site includes some admin functionality will need some classes eventually. But for the public facing site, not much custom styles are needed. ↩