Tacit is a CSS framework for dummies, who want their web services to look attractive but have almost zero skills in graphic design, just like myself. This is how your website will look if you add just this code to your HTML:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://cdn.rawgit.com/yegor256/tacit/gh-pages/tacit-0.8.1.min.css"/>
  </head>
</html>

You should not use any CSS classes to make your HTML code look nice. Just make sure it is HTML5 compliant and you'll be fine. Again, no classes, just standard HTML elements, like <table> and <input>.

Check the source code of this page.

By the way, Tacit is compliant with W3C validator requirements: HTML and CSS.

Forms

Here is a simple form: I'm under 18 I'm over 18

Tables

A simple table would look like this:

Make Price Year
BMW X6 $75,000 2013
Mercedes-Benz E350 $52,700 2014

Headings

Just use standard <h1>...<h6> tags:

This is <h1>

Use a heading of the highest level once per page.

This is <h2>

Use <h2> for sections of the page.

This is <h3>

Use <h3> for sub-sections.

This is <h4>

I would recommend to avoid this type of heading at all.

This is <h5>

I would recommend to avoid this type of heading at all.

This is <h6>

I would recommend to avoid this type of heading at all.

Lists

Just use standard <ul>, <ol> and <dl> tags:

Banana
A yellow fruit that is easy to peel.
Which also grows on a tree.
Cashew
A tan nut without a peel.
Cherry
A red fruit that is hard to peel.

Blockquote

Use this to emphasize a quote
— Author Name, Publication

Keyboard

Sometimes you want to let people know they should press a keyboard command like ctrl + l.

Images

A photo placeholder text

Work in progress

The framework is still in development. If you want to contribute, fork it and submit a pull request. Your help is always appreciated.