Effective on March 1st, 2023, Cruip CSS templates are no longer distributed, maintained or supported.
This part of the documentation applies to all templates (HTML, React and Vue) since the file structure is the same.
Every template is ready-to-use, so you don’t need to change anything at a CSS level unless you want to change the default styling (see the Customizing a template section).
Before we discuss the style customisation in detail, let’s clarify the logic behind the CSS framework we’ve built for the templates.
All Cruip templates are built with Sass in order to speed up the development process and to ensure that the code is easily maintainable and extendible.