new.css is a classless CSS framework to write modern websites using only HTML. It weighs ~4.5kb.
I make a lot of websites. It's a common sight, while making a super simple website, to find myself writing the same CSS over and over just to clean up ugly 90's styling.
In these situations, it would be a waste to import a giant framework like Bootstrap when I'm going to use precisely 3 components. I made new.css to fill this void, and to start creating websites differently.
The web was made for semantic HTML—let's start using it. You can import new.css into your body's
<head> using one line.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://newcss.net/new.min.css">
Here's how that site looks now.
It's not going to make you a fancy carousel. It's not going to give you 12 different column elements. All it does is turn basic HTML into something that the Smithsonian isn't going to request for their History of Computing exhibit.
Let me know what you think. If you have any comments, questions, please let me know!