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52framework - The framework from the future, HTML5, CSS3, and more!

52framework - The framework from the future, HTML5, CSS3, and more!

KNACSS, a simple and lightweight CSS framework Jeet Framework Susy: Responsive grids for Compass All Susy3 API functions draw on the same shorthand syntax, which consists of two parts, seperated by the word of. The first part describes a grid-spanwidth, location (if needed), and spread (in any order): // <width> at <location><spread> $span: span(2);$span-spread: span(3 wide); // location is only needed with asymmetrical grids $span-location-spread: span(3 at 2 narrow); The second half describes the grid-contextcolumns, container-spread, and gutters in any order: // of <columns><container-spread> set-gutters <gutters> $of-columns: of 6;$of-columns-spread: of 12 wide;$of-columns-gutters: of 12 set-gutters 2em; There are two primary functions, span and gutter, which can be used anywhere you need to calculate grid math. span accepts the full shorthand syntaxgutter only uses the second half (with or without of) Except for span-width and location, all of those settings have global defaults, which can be set in the $susy configuration map:

Topcoat InK - Interface Kit Toast | A Simple CSS Framework Toast is a CSS framework made as simple as it can be, but no simpler. A plain-English responsive grid makes simple layouts a breeze, and with box-sizing you can add padding and borders to the grid, without breaking a single thing. .unit.one-of-four .unit.one-of-three .unit.two-of-three .unit.one-of-two .unit.span-grid .unit.two-of-five .unit.three-of-five No floats, no clearfix; no worries. By using display: inline-block, Toast saves the headache of clearing floats, and allows you to use floats what they were originally intended for - not for laying out websites. Responsibly responsive. Toast includes two main states - a single column layout for narrow screen and mobile devices, and a multi-column layout up to a default width of 960px. IE7 is dead - long live IE8. Using pain-free CSS properties like box-sizing and display: inline-block hasn't come without it's sacrifices; Toast only supports Internet Explorer 8 and up. Usage Using Toast couldn’t be simpler. Notes

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