Looks nice, can't wait to try it out on a future project.
Hello DN, Teutonic is my first OS project. It aims to be between something between Tailwind CSS and Bulma (any maybe Bootstrap). Your feedback is highly welcome.
One bit of feedback is that on a lot of components that should be examples of functionality (i.e. the 'tabs' section under /examples/components) are just linking to href="#", which makes the browser jump to the top of the page.
I'd probably make them not link to #. Or even better, maybe make them functional, so you can see the tab interaction :)
I know there are a LOT of opinions abut this out there (it is HTML/CSS after all) but I've always used
I really wish the W3C would update a href to include a way to create a valid link that can function as a tab or other UI convention but not force me to jump through weird hoops like this that violate standards or might cause other problems. Maybe a nohref attribute might work and make it easier to implement without the need to create a whole new tag?
Sorry for the late reply, haven't followed up here. Thanks for the cool feedback. 100% with it. Jumping anchors suck. Teutonic is CSS-only. So I don't want to include much dummy code.