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liser v0.2.4

functional css help to optimizing design work and building responsive websites


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functional css help to optimizing design work and building responsive websites. liser help you create the module contains the css properties you need to use quickly and lightest!



step 1

clone liser repository

$ git clone

step 2

create a modules

  • create a directory with the name example located at /src/modules

  • create a file with the same name as the directory (with the extension .css) at /src

  • import all the components from /src/modules/example directory into the file /src/example.css

and now you have a new module

step 3

build official files

$ npm run build

it will run build main files and build split files to dir /build

build main files

$ npm run build:main

build split files

$ npm run build:split

build a module

$ name={module_name} npm run build:module {...modules_list}

[module_name]: replace with a name you want

[...modules_list]: replace with list name of modules you need build (in /src). exmaple: box-shadow colors widths

$ name=simple npm run build:module box-shadow colors widths

module name is simple and it will combine box-shadow colors widths modules

step 4

after build completed, you can use that file for your site


full modules

<link rel="stylesheet" href="">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="">

once module

<link rel="stylesheet" href="[module].min.css">
<link rel="stylesheet" href="[module].min.css">


updated history, read more


sites built with liser, read more


  • [-] fork modules from ciser to liser. can you help me? it's great!


these are already supported modules, read more


stable: 0.2.4

lastest: 0.2.4



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