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    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    I use Bootstrap more than 3 years. The problem is JavaScript/jQuery. I don't wanna see JS in a "CSS" framework. Can we do navbar witjout JavaScript, @jmjuanes?
    Also, what do you think to renove some classes like siimple-h1 or siimple-blockquote because they don't make sense to me.
    Chizom
    @chizom

    I think it would be cool to write the navbar with pure css. Let me also take a look into it as well.

    siimple-h1 siimple-blockqoute hmmmmm I think the siimple-blockquote is cool. the siimple-h1 can be removed and then anyone can write their own style to remove the default

    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    I think that all elements of siimple should be written in pure CSS without JS
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    The idea on siimple is that you can build your website using only <div> tags (excluding some HTML's form, links and code tags). The siimple-h[X] and siimple-blockquote classes are designed for providing an alternative style using only <div> tags, not to overwrite the <h[X]> and the <blockquote> tags. I am sorry, but I don't agree with the idea of removing these classes...
    Chizom
    @chizom
    @jmjuanes you are the vision behind this and I believe in it... thats awesome
    why would you want to remove the legacy colors from the framework?
    Is it to make the CSS file smaller?
    Chizom
    @chizom
    I just realized that the siimple-btn-[color] does not affect the <a>
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    @chizom because in siimple we are going to maintain the basic and minimum number of colors. To extend siimple with more colors, there is a plugin called siimple-colors.

    I just realized that the siimple-btn-[color] does not affect the <a>

    @chizom I don't understand this

    Chizom
    @chizom
    Oh ok, nice. I like that... I think you answered my question
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    @BerkhanBerkdemir @chizom Instead of removing the siimple-h[X] classes, we can rename them as siimple-title, so we can also introduce siimple-subtitle. It's only an idea. What do you think?
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    @jmjuanes I'm trying to say let's keep siimple-h1, but also, use <h1> without class; therefore, if somebody wants to use h1 properties on their <p> tag, they have a chance to use it.
    I said because I was creating an Jekyll theme then I realize I have to add classes into tags.
    Chizom
    @chizom
    @jmjuanes @BerkhanBerkdemir your ideas are beautiful. I am thinking...... if we go with J's idea, we would be able to have a simplified css class. If we go with Berkhan's idea it would allow for less calss calls on h1 tags
    jbo
    @soapoperator
    Hello i'm thinking to use siimple if i am able to use the parts i need... Before i look deeply, i am wondering if there is a complete flexbox system with align-items justify-content align-self for exemple. I don't find them in the documentation?
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    @jbo hello there, for now we don't have any plan to work with flexbox. However, you can get information from @jmjuanes.
    @chizom thank you 🙃
    jbo
    @soapoperator
    @BerkhanBerkdemir thank you for your quick answer. I will wait for @jmjuanes in case he have inofrmations.
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    Welcome @soapoperator ! No, at this moment we have not implemented a flexbox system in siimple, I'm sorry.
    But I certainly do not rule out the possibility to re implement siimple (or some classes) using flexbox. That would be for a major release.
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    @jmjuanes also navbar improvement may be the another major release :smile:
    Josemi Juanes
    @jmjuanes
    @BerkhanBerkdemir Mmmm major or minor? Because we will keep the compatibility with the current version, it's an improvement...
    jbo
    @soapoperator
    @jmjuanes thank you for the information.i will keep an eye on the next release.
    Berkhan Berkdemir
    @BerkhanBerkdemir
    Yo @chizom. Thank you for your participating on Siimple. I would recommend to you few links that will help me when I started this journey. http://try.github.io and https://www.git-tower.com/learn both are free and you will understand the usage of Git. Also, @0x92 advises awesome for new. I prefer GitKraken but you can find bunch of others in that link too https://git-scm.com/downloads/guis
    João Bruno
    @t-recx
    hi guys
    wow last message in 2018?