Build fast with Shido, a CSS framework for building custom designs without any annoying style or component you have to fight to override.
Shido is different from others css frameworks, it doesn't have preloaded UI kits. Provide only what is necessary to design your web pages, like margins, font sizes, positioning, colors, helpers, that kind of thing.
It is up to you to use Shido to create your own components, this provides immense freedom where others only restrict what you create.
To take advantage of the customization features, the best way to install Shido is via npm or yarn, this installation method guarantees a trouble-free use with bundlers like Webpack.
npm i shido --save
yarn add shido
Before using CDN compilation, keep in mind that the customization of variables are not available without incorporating Shido in your build process. I recommend downloading the file and placing it in your projects directory for offline use or otherwise.
<link href="https://unpkg.com/[email protected]^3.1.1/dist/css/shido.min.css" rel="stylesheet">
<link href="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/[email protected]^3.1.1/dist/css/shido.min.css" rel="stylesheet">
If you're install via npm or yarn and using
postcss-import or a tool that uses it such as Webpack or Gulp, you can use
@import to add Shido directly to your build process.
// Less @import "~shido/src/less/shido";
// Sass @import "~shido/src/sass/shido";
Released under the MIT License
Copyright 2013-2020 Samuel Olvera