There are way too many hours being wasted in making themes for blogs. And then comes a new blog framework, it requires new themes. Old themes can’t be used because they relied on different ways of rendering the website. Everything is a mess.
Classless was an attempt at solving it. It probably didn’t work because I wasn’t the best person to make themes and showcase the thing.
Basically everybody would agree on a simple HTML template that could fit blogs and simple websites very easily. Then other people would make pure-CSS themes expecting that template to be in place.
No classes were needed, only a fixed structure of
With flexbox and grid CSS was enough to make this happen.
The templates that were available were all ported by me from other templates I saw on the web, and there was a simple one I created for my old website.