Anole is pure CSS framework for creating stylish, responsive web
pages, and stunning, modern web-applications, without itself getting
in the way. It's also light, fast, and easy to extend. By default,
Anole uses the Lato font family, but you can override this with just
two variables (custom properties).
Anole is themed out the box, so you can drop it in your html and go,
but, if you want to swap anything, from colours, to styles, even down
to layouts, all you have to do is override the appropriate variables.
Since it only uses CSS, Anole does have some limitations compared to
similar projects, such as Bootstrap or Foundation, but it seeks to
shine on its on by leveraging the power of CSS for all that it's
worth. And don't forget, if there's anything that Anole can't do, you
alongside Bootstrap or any other toolkit that provides the feature(s)
If you're looking for fine-grained control over every detail, and a
"building blocks" method of design, try my other pure CSS framework:
Some elements, such as this one, and the mobile menu, are hidden until you're on a mobile device or until
your screen is below a certain width. You can use Anole's an-hdn-mobile and an-shn-mobile for such responsive
capabilities on any element.