A good technical achievement, but I feel it's incomplete as a framework.
The buttons have no hover/active states, which I feel is mandatory. There also seems not to be any style for
Being 1kb is helpful for extremely lightweight sites, but I'd rather use a slightly larger framework that was more comprehensive. I'm not saying to make this bigger, just explaining why this isn't so useful to me.
Thanks for your feedback. I have add the "hover" state. As you pointed out, this "framework" is meant to be used for lightweight and simple sites but can also be a nice starting point.
Edit: I have also added a basic input
That's awesome! Thanks!
I dig minimalism, so yeah, I'll definitely going to use it on my personal mother f*cking website, although I might still need to mix it with a ‹reset› CSS.
Why do you need a framework if you aim to SMALL in size like this? I meant you can create it as snippets and use as require.
This is similar to my project: Marx - The classless CSS reset (perfect for Communists).
Marx is a CSS stylesheet to be used in any projects (namely small ones). If you don't need the weight of heavy frameworks or you would just like to make an edible website quickly, Marx is perfect for you. It can be used out of the minified box but it can also be customised and styled through the use of HTML classes.
It is 7.9 kb minified. It also includes forms, buttons, and tables.
I've always loved the idea of minimal CSS for the job, so I like the thought behind this very much. I don't think 1KB is necessarily the minimum for a responsive framework; as Ed said there are some things missing for generic completeness.
Design-wise, I think there could be some cohesiveness that pulls it all together, and for me the table cells need some breathing room; but that's just my initial impression.