a17t is available on NPM, and can be installed with
npm install a17t and imported into your JS using PostCSS with
import 'a17t'. For more information, check out the documentation site. A CDN import is available.
Build beautiful, unique interfaces without reinventing the wheel. Let a17t provide the core building blocks, then customize with ease.
<article class="card ~positive !high"> <!-- ~positive is for tone; !high is for priority --> <b>Congratulations!</b> You're using a17t to build a beautiful interface. <button class="button">Let's go!</button> </article>
Some CSS frameworks come prepackaged with all sorts of components that are convenient at first but quickly become limiting. Utility frameworks like Tailwind are awesome, but can be difficult start using on their own.
a17t tries to get the balance right. Instead of providing all-inclusive, opinionated components (like jumbotrons, navbars, and menus), a17t provides common single-class elements in a default (but easily customizable) style.
Using a17t with Tailwind CSS is recommended! While a17t can be used without Tailwind, they go very well together: you can use a17t for your atomic interface elements, and then stitch them together using Tailwind. You'll need to write very little custom CSS, if any.
Want to jump right in? Check out the documentation site to get started. Here are links to some popular elements: