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CJ Patoilo
@cjpatoilo
About this feature, what do you think: is better to add the same functionality on the site or create a side project as he did?
Carlos José
@carlosxjm
On the site is better
Prashanth Chandra
@prashcr
Hey everyone
Are there any simple templates for milligram?
I'm pretty novice at CSS, so I typically start with a BS/Foundation/Materialize starter template and hack away from there when I need a full-featured website
Prashanth Chandra
@prashcr
And while I know milligram is aimed at being super unopinionated and minimal, I feel having a few starter templates will extend the potential userbase to people who may not want to build their own navbar from scratch, for example
CJ Patoilo
@cjpatoilo
Hi @prashcr you can see more about Milligram here http://codepen.io/milligram/ or https://codepad.co/milligram
Matan Noam Shavit
@matannoam
hi
now that the typography is super classy, how about customizable variables?
milligram/milligram#101
Matan Noam Shavit
@matannoam
it is currently conflicting but I've shown how to solve them here, it's quite simple jackmcpickle/milligram#5
Khaled Al-Ansari
@KhaledElAnsari

hello guys, I just made a boilerplate with milligram in it as a main css library. hope it help somebody

https://github.com/KhaledElAnsari/inferno-milligram-boilerplate

Stuart Jimenez
@EminezArtus
Is this project still alive?
There's about 261 commits.
Joel Wallis Jucá
@joelwallis
@EminezArtus AFAIK it is. The last commit was in May 3, less than one month ago. It’s not as active as before and it’s normal. Milligram has a clear objective and doesn’t take more responsibilities than the ones needed for its objectives
Stuart Jimenez
@EminezArtus
@joelwallis Thanks for the correction and info.
Matan Noam Shavit
@matannoam
this is almost a year old milligram/milligram#101
CJ Patoilo
@cjpatoilo
@matannoam What do you think about adding this feature (variables)?
Matan Noam Shavit
@matannoam
I think it is definitely in line with the goals of milligram
And it still provides the good defaults, but gets out of the way
Would you be into merging it into the repo?
Matan Noam Shavit
@matannoam
@cjpatoilo ^
CJ Patoilo
@cjpatoilo
This PR needs to be reviewed. He is a bit old and there are some features and strategies that he does not approach in the best way possible.
Did you ever test this PR? Do you have any consideration to add?
Khaled Al-Ansari
@KhaledElAnsari
I got a pull request with a tag new feature attached to it since ever! when this framework is going to get updated?
@cjpatoilo
sztan
@sztan
Hello, stupdid question : i made a "new_app" with milligram, npm start works fine
now I want to use it in production so I used npm run build
but now what ?
How do I serve it ?
@cjpatoilo
:-)
CJ Patoilo
@cjpatoilo
Hi @KhaledElAnsari
Tag as new feature indicates that subject is about something non-existent. I use this tag to track a future implementation, but not directly in Milligram core. The priority of the project is to be simple, light and minimalistic. So I use Milligram all of the time. ;)
CJ Patoilo
@cjpatoilo

Hi @sztan
This is about npm scripts. You just need to add your new settings to package.jsonfile in the "build" property. So you can access these scripts through the command npm run build.

Please let me know if this worked for you.

sztan
@sztan
I've created a script for my need with browser-sync --no-ui... I thought I could not use browser-sync at all but that's ok that way too
thx @cjpatoilo
danielcampagne
@danielcampagne
Excuse the lame question, but I have been struggling for two hours already. Anybody could tell me where I have to place the scss and js files on my milligram-scss setup to begin to work? Thank you.
Stuart Jimenez
@EminezArtus
you dont need the scss unless your gonna compile them
danielcampagne
@danielcampagne
I want to compile my own scss
Stuart Jimenez
@EminezArtus
just copy the css files and js to roof folder and link them in your html
o well just leave the structure the way it is and compile
danielcampagne
@danielcampagne
so I would edit an extra file like _custom.scss on the src folder, and import it to milligram.scss?
and sorry for my ignorance, will I have to type any different command on the moment I want to deploy? I ask this because I don't find any folder with all the files together and ready to export
danielcampagne
@danielcampagne
nevermind, I will use a yeoman generator and place the scss there. Thank you!
james thornber
@thornbej_gitlab
Hi, I'm new to all this ie. CSS, so hopefully
You'll be able to help me. I downloaded the parallel-Templates, and merrily chipping away at the code. I notice that there are colours defined in the materialize.css file. I'd like to add some others to that file, but when I do the colours don't render properly on my web page. I've created a background-colour with a hex code of #eae7dc, and called it eggshell-white. Am I doing this correctly please? Thank you :)
*parallax-template
Jesus Avina
@javina89
Hey guys, is Milligram still up to date?
CJ Patoilo
@cjpatoilo

I use this all of the time. Small, simple projects don't necessarily need releases every year. So, Milligram looks great!

Besides, Milligram has recently been adopted by huge frameworks like as Phoenix (Elixir) and CakePHP (PHP).

Bruno Parga
@brunoparga
Hi, I'm a bit confused about using Milligram in an npm project. How exactly do I use it after installing it with npm install milligram? Do I need to include any links in the head of my pages? What should the src attribute be?