Forms now supports borders, aligns to the baseline perfectly and are pixel perfect in Firefox and Internet Explorer 6/7. …
SenCSs 0.4.6 Released
I just released SenCSs 0.4.6, which adds some fixed and refinement of styles, and adds table styling. I also developed a logo for it and I thought it would be nice to show all the intermediary steps that lead up to the finished product. Click through for the links, the logo, the concepts and a request!
You can download SenCSs 0.4.6, both the normal and the minified version, from Google code. Have a look over at the SenCSs website for the full changelog and more information.
The final logo
Wanna help work on SenCSs? I’m fighting with form styling and making it cross browser pixel perfect (a utopia?). If you see any parts of SenCSs that can be improved, or if you have good ideas that should/can/must be added, don’t hesitate to contact me using The comments here, my contact form, or Twitter. Cheers!
Since I use SenCSs, I shaved about 50% from my own time spent on front-end development during projects. …
SenCSS is a sensible standards CSS Framework. This means that SenCSS tries to supply standard styling for all repetitive parts of your CSS, allowing you to focus on the fun parts. In that sense, senCSS is a bit like a large CSS Reset. Check out The SenCSs homepage for the latest version and a good overview…