spectre - Spectre.css - A Lightweight, Responsive and Modern CSS Framework

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Spectre.css is a lightweight, responsive and modern CSS framework. Spectre is a side project based on years of CSS development work on a large web service project. Spectre only includes modern base styles, responsive layout system, CSS components and utilities, and it can be modified for your project with Sass/Scss compiler.

http://picturepan2.github.io/spectre
https://github.com/picturepan2/spectre

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