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Introducing Subreply CSS - A beautiful classless CSS style

Recently, I came across this website called Subreply, which is an English-only forum with a clean and simplistic design.

When I first saw it, I immediately fall in love with its design: Simple, yet modern and beautiful. I love it so much that I decided to rip the CSS from the website and turn it into a classless CSS style.

And after about 2 days of active working, I introduce to you, Subreply CSS!

My blog with Subreply CSS applied

Subreply CSS is a classless CSS style that is designed to be modern, beautiful, and simple, just like where it came from.

Features include:

Subreply CSS is suitable for both personal blogs and simple websites!

Wow! That's exciting! Where can I know more about it?

You can go to the Github repo, which contains further information about the project.

I'm still skeptical, I want to try it first

You can try this demo 3 or just playing around with my website (yes, it uses Subreply CSS).


Even though it has a lot of good points, Subreply CSS also has some downsides:

Questions? Feedback?

If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to email me!

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  1. For both original and minified version

  2. The blockquotes are stolen from here and the code blocks are stolen from here

  3. Note that the demo version can be a bit outdated.

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