Many popular CSS frameworks apply borders, font styles, border-radius, shadows, and more to their classes. This looks more pleasant out of the box, but it costs time and frustration when developers have to spend time "unstyling" the element.
Instead, this framework is a collection of helper classes that you can combine to get your desired style while minimizing the amount of CSS you need to unwrite. This can help save a lot of time in development.
This framework strives to set itself apart by being more lightweight than its alternatives without sacrificing useful functionality. Openskull.css tries to follow some of the standards that major libraries such as bootstrap have set forward, and developers who've used them will probably openskull.css familiar.
This page was built entirely with openskull.css. There are no additional demo css rules.
You can size specific columns with number affixes.
Place elements inside a grid with an offset
You can align objects within a .row by simple adding the correct class to them. There are aliases available to make things a little easier.