Are you struggling to tighten your grip on cascading style sheets (CSS) enough that you can finally create your own beautiful and contemporary website? Fortunately, you're not alone. CSS isn't exactly a cakewalk to figure out, but there's worse out there. Thankfully, there's a brilliant piece of Software that's designed to streamline the process for you by emulating the likeness of CSS with HTML scripting instead. HTML is just one of those things that anyone can get their head around pretty easily, which makes it simple for newcomers as well as experienced script-writers to build a full-fledged website. This is what Monolith aims to provide with its CSS framework that's driven by HTML inputs to churn out results that punch well beyond their weight. This works for simple elements such as input fields, buttons, complex visual elements and high-profile interactive effects. The core functionality is a touch limited at the current time, but the software is constantly under development to expand the gamut of features available to its users. Monolith's intelligent design keeps the following in mind: 1. Choice of Words Monolith is capable of understanding a range of intended effects based on the semantics of the HTML inputs. This is important because not everyone compiles their script the same way. 2. Quickness While the program itself is quite nimble, the greater concern is user agility, which is accounted for and remedied by Monolith's intuitive setup. Once you get your head around how the system works, you should never need to refer to the instructions again. 3. Interchangeability This software circumvents the old complication of requiring that you use it as the core framework of your project, instead allowing you to rely on it as an optional framework that can be hot-swapped or used back-to-back with another one. 4. Customization Monolith allows you to control macros that govern the interpretation of your inputs and the layout on which they're placed. This is excellent if you plan to use this software to handle the construction of websites or recording of data across multiple entries.