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Tag: Trashy.css

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Introducing Trashy.css

Trashy.css: The throwaway CSS library with no class   Why throwaway? Well, it's not really meant to be a fully fledged, production-ready style framework. Rather, it's like training wheels for document semantics, with some bumper lanes (think: bowling) to keep you on the right track. It's part of our ongoing effort at TandemSeven to promote code literacy throughout our organization. As more of our UX designers are beginning to share responsibility for the accessibility and semantics of a project, it makes sense that we would build in such a way that allows UX and development to be more collaborative. There are four main aspects to Trashy. Trashy: "Basic" First is the base trashy.css file, which applies a passably basic look and feel to the majority of common HTML elements...