CSS frameworks are pre-prepared libraries that are meant to allow for easier, more standards-compliant styling of web pages using the Cascading Style Sheets language.
Responsive web design continues to become more widely practiced and every web designer wants more tools and resources to make it easier to code responsive web sites. For those web designers and web developers, we gathered 10 CSS Frameworks that will help them build responsive websites and applications easily.
Built using HTML5 data-* attributes, responsive layouts and jQuery.
SuperBox works good as a static image gallery, which you can click to reveal a full version of the image.
FractionSlider is a jQuery plugin for creating responsive image/text-sliders with parallax effect.
It allows you to animate multiple elements per slide. You can set different animation methods like fade or transitions from a certain direction. Also there are options to specify delays and easing for each element. You have full layout and design control through html and css (every html-element can be animated).
RazorFlow PHP is a framework to build interactive, cross-device, responsive and real time HTML5 dashboards using PHP code. It offers seamless viewing experience across PCs, Macs, tablets and smartphones.
RazorFlow PHP connects to your MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite databases and renders the dashboards in real-time. RazorFlow PHP’s API allows you to quickly retrieve data from your databases, and apply joins, grouping or sorting the way you want it.
Antwort offers responsive template for emails & newsletters that fits and adapt to client widths. Don’t underwhelm desktop users with single column layouts that work for mobile. Antwort offers columns on desktop that automatically become rows on mobile.
Originally made for transactional Emails with dynamic content so the layouts are thoroughly tested – in live environments with real data and edge cases.
- Works in Outlook (2000+)
- Bulletproof layouts: made with dynamic content in mind
- Minimalist in design for maximum customization
Responsive web design (often abbreviated to RWD) is a web design approach aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones).
While working on a responsive site or app, Responsive Data Tables are critical and there are many approaches available but nothing worked for me. Few of them are listed:
Some of them rearranges the data, some hides the columns and some gives freedom to have all the data with a scrollbar or some simply just don’t look good and hard to read when viewed on smaller screens. So I decided to work on my own version.
Better Responsive Data Tables is my version of responsive data tables, I divide every table row into a separate data block and rearranges the information.
The code has no license, free to use, attribution not required but appreciated.
TODC Bootstrap is forked from the popular Twitter Bootstrap with a Google styled theme – the new Google UI seen in Gmail, Docs, Calendar, etc…
Cool Kitten is a responsive web framework which makes creating parallax scrolling websites a breeze.
MUELLER is a modular grid system for responsive/adaptive and non–responsive layouts, based on Compass.
You have full control over column width, gutter width, baseline grid and media–queries.