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This is the Windows app named 98.css whose latest release can be downloaded as 0.1.12.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.

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98.css is a CSS library for building interfaces that look like Windows 98. This library relies on the usage of semantic HTML. To make a button, you'll need to use a <button>. Input elements require labels. Icon buttons rely on aria-label. This page will guide you through that process, but accessibility is a primary goal of this project. You can override many of the styles of your elements while maintaining the appearance provided by this library. Need more padding on your buttons? Go for it. Need to add some color to your input labels? Be our guest. This library does not contain any JavaScript, it merely styles your HTML with some CSS. This means 98.css is compatible with your frontend framework of choice.


  • The fastest way to use 98.css is to import it from unpkg
  • Alternatively, you can grab 98.css for the releases page
  • You can use npm start to start a development environment
  • You can run a build manually with npm run build
  • style.css is where everything happens
  • Compatible with your frontend framework of choice

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