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The generic "cell" class further provides a default padding that can be used as a child for your grid cells to provide a default responsive gutter across your page. You can easily define your grid by adding your own custom styling rules as shown in the example below. If you need to support IE<9, you will need to add a shiv to allow the section, article, header, footer, aside and nav elements to be styled. Cascade Framework comes packed with a file called iehtmlshiv.js that is used for this example and combines the following shivs :
Twitter typeahead.js is a fast and battle-tested jQuery plugin for auto completion. Today we’re open sourcing the code on GitHub under the MIT license . By sharing a piece of our infrastructure with the open source community, we hope to evolve typeahead.js further with community input.
jQuery can be defined as a cross browser java script library. It is a multi-browser java script library and is basically designed for the purpose of simplifying the scripting of HTML on the client side. This is also the most popular java script library which is used by the people these days. jQuery has a lot of advantages such as it is absolutely free of any cost and it is also open source software. The syntax of this software is designed in a way that it makes it easier to navigate a document in addition it also helps to select DOM elements, create animations , handle events and also helps to develop ajax applications. Using jQuery the developers can also create plug-ins and also create low level interactions.
Twitter Bootstrap is a powerful and easy to use framework enabling front-end developers to craft professional and high quality Bootstrap templates with flexible responsive layouts that look great on tablets, mobiles and desktops. Since its release back in august 2011 the development community has been growing fast, providing developers with the tools and knowledge to create ready-to-use, native Bootstrap html/CSS templates or themes that work on popular publishing platforms like WordPress and Joomla. One of the main reasons why Bootstrap is so popular is the ability to develop web apps and websites fast and its support for responsive design.
Elusive Icons is a webfont that can be used with any of your projects. Bootstrap-based, Foundation-based or even your custom projects! It was created by the need for an Open-Source font that can be used in your projects without licencing issues and/or other "attribution" claws. If you don't care much about licences there are many alternatives you can use, most notably the font-awesome font. (UPDATE: since I released this font, Font-Awesome version 3 has been released which is now SIL-licenced.) When downloading this font you'll also receive all the icons in .svg vector format so you can play with them, improve them and contribute them back on github
Update: also read this post In twitter bootstrap there is a JQuery plugin for auto completion. It’s called bootstrap-typeahaed. Typeahead uses an array of strings as datasource and is easily activated with in it’s simplest form 1 line of code. It’s very easy to use but somewhat limited.
Demo Try them Configuring Cells While many built-in cells provide reasonable defaults, you may choose to configure them to suit your own needs.
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Despite the predictions of countless skeptics, Sass hasn’t proved to be a fad at all, but rather a remarkably robust set of tools that genuinely improve CSS authoring. I’m a huge Sass fan and I know many of you are too, so I’ve compiled this list of thirty amazing resources for Sass lovers. In it you’ll find all kinds of goodies built on and for Sass: frameworks, plugins, apps and a lot more. Frameworks and Grid Systems
Chris Coyier recently answered someone’s question: How can you tell if your CSS code smells? What are the signs that the code is sub-optional, or that the developer hasn’t done a good job? What do you look for in the code to determine how good or bad it is? I thought I would extend Chris’ great answer with my own, additional take on things… My day-to-day life is spent working in-house at BSkyB… I work on big websites, the last of which took me over a year to build the front-end for (and it’s still ongoing).