💮 Sakura

Sakura is a minimal, "classless" CSS framework that helps you write beautiful prose on the internet. A great addition to content-rich websites for elegant styling and readability in a flash.

GitHub - oxalorg/sakura: a minimal css framework/theme.
:cherry_blossom: a minimal css framework/theme. Contribute to oxalorg/sakura development by creating an account on GitHub.

Sakura (code) is a minimal "classless" CSS framework for writing content that looks beautiful. This means that you can write "plain" HTML and get sites that look like this:

Sakura homepage screenshot (source: https://oxal.org/projects/sakura/)

If you're looking to build lightweight websites which are content-rich, and you don't want to write a lot of CSS, give Sakura a try.

If you're curious on the difference between Sakura and not using Sakura, there's a helpful demo you can try out.

Using Sakura in your projects

It's easy to drop Sakura, even when it's not spring-time: is distributed as a single CSS file called sakura.css, which you can get right from Github on the master branch, unminified:

sakura/sakura.css at master · oxalorg/sakura
:cherry_blossom: a minimal css framework/theme. Contribute to oxalorg/sakura development by creating an account on GitHub.