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7 Great Front-End Frameworks to Power Your Website UI

Tuesday, 16 Feburary 2016

In addition to saving time, a good front-end framework will use best practices and provide code that is developer friendly and optimized. Most developers are familiar with at least one front-end framework, but you really should be familiar with a few. Here are 7 Great Front-End Frameworks to Power Website UI.

The Ultimate Guide to CSS in Emails

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

A complete breakdown of the CSS support for every popular mobile, web and desktop email client on the planet. Download the complete guide for all 18 clients, or see the top 10 in this page.

WTF, forms?

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

WTF, forms? provides friendlier HTML form controls with a little CSS magic. It's designed for IE9+, as well as the latest Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.


Saturday, 8 Feburary 2013

Roole is a language that compiles to CSS. Roole is implemented in JavaScript, so it can be run both on the server side (via node.js) or in a browser.

Tutorial: Dynamic CSS theme with less.js and jQuery

Friday, 24 January 2013

This article demonstrates how to use the less.js framework and jQuery, to define CSS themes in a static webpage and dynamically applying them on the browser side.

Responsive Boilerplate

Friday, 24 January 2013

A lightweight (2kb) micro-framework, elegant & minimalistic CSS3 grid system, made with only one container and 12 columns. It`s very easy to use and understand, pre-packed with some extra css helpers for mobile devices.

Who Says the Web is Just for Squares?

Monday, 14 January 2013

Creating diamond grid with Modernizr, Saas and Compass.


undefined, 12 January 2013

Super simple CSS for HTML Form Elements.

Fuel UX

Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Fuel UX extends Twitter Bootstrap with additional lightweight JavaScript controls. Other benefits include easy installation into web projects, integrated scripts for customizing Bootstrap and Fuel UX, simple updates, and solid optimization for deployment. All functionality is covered by live documentation and unit tests.

Don’t break rules, reinvent them

Saturday, 4 January 2013

Web design uses HTML and CSS — two languages with which browser makers and designers find common ground. But many web designers create amazing variety with the same language rules by asking what if instead of falling into of course.