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    Halfmoon: The forgotten CSS Framework about about 12 hours ago:

    We often see people talking about bootstrap, Tailwind CSS or Bulma CSS when it comes to CSS frameworks. Once I wanted to use some css framework for one of my projects, and I tried to find some new ones, and in a blog post I saw the mention of halfmoon css, I just saw it and I was really surprised, like such a beautiful framework and no one talks about, no one uses it, or only few use it, but you rarely hear or...
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    Halfmoon: The forgotten CSS Framework about about 12 hours ago:

    We often see people talking about bootstrap, Tailwind CSS or Bulma CSS when it comes to CSS frameworks. Once I wanted to use some css framework for one of my projects, and I tried to find some new ones, and in a blog post I saw the mention of halfmoon css, I just saw it and I was really surprised, like such a beautiful framework and no one talks about, no one uses it, or only few use it, but you rarely hear or...
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    Halfmoon: The forgotten CSS Framework about about 12 hours ago:

    We often see people talking about bootstrap, Tailwind CSS or Bulma CSS when it comes to CSS frameworks. Once I wanted to use some css framework for one of my projects, and I tried to find some new ones, and in a blog post I saw the mention of halfmoon css, I just saw it and I was really surprised, like such a beautiful framework and no one talks about, no one uses it, or only few use it, but you rarely hear or...