HCSS, a CSS framework.
Anyone else think that CSS is way too hard and takes way too long.
If not then your wrong, its way too hard and takes way too long.
If your good at CSS then you must be Jesus.
I decided, wouldn't CSS be easier if at had a syntax similar to HTML (for shadowing...)?
And someone else, a mysterious phenomenon to the replit site, know as @JustCoding123 had the same idea, but he turned CSS and made it into english.
So we ganged up like the bad boys we are and we made this CSS framework (more of a library but we don't talk about that...)
For documentation go to https://hcss.thatghost.repl.co/docs
This is the first nice looking site I made so that should be proof enough that it works well.
Just like any other CSS
library framework it takes in input and then compiles into CSS (but our compiling looks nice and not like it went through a terser, looking at you SCSS...)
Anyways check it out, its really cool and we are proud of it!
Though to be true your website looks nice but minimalistic - maybe add a little bit more work to it with colors? Also, maybe get someone who is good at explaining things (like me) to come and board and help you re-write the documentation cause rn, you just seem to be linking your stylesheet, in which there is also no exact example linked but just the whole thing.
<color value="rgb(255,0,0)"></color> make it so like I can do
@GordonHuang4 if your talking about website urls that look like
https://replit.com/@GordonHuang4 what you do is make a new
.html file and have a
a tag that sends you to it, so if you had a html file called
login.html you could do
<a href="login.html">Login!</a> and it would send the user to that page and add slashes in the url.