18 Essential Bootstrap UI Editors Bootstrap has exploded since Twitter released it in 2011, becoming one of the most popular responsive frameworks available. It boasts an extensive library of pre-styled components, plugins and add-ons that make kickstarting your next web project a breeze. There is no shortage of Bootstrap resources, but in this post, we will focus on the editing tools that allow you to customize the framework to suit your requirements. We gathered 18 of the best free and paid Bootstrap editors, available online or as desktop tools, to help boost your web development productivity. Are there any Bootstrap editors that you use and would recommend?
Rolling Your Own Grid Layouts on the Fly Without a Framework Do you hate CSS grid frameworks but love the rapid layout benefits that they provide? Do you struggle with the math and code necessary to create your own flexible multi-column layouts on the fly? Today we’re going to walk you through creating your own basic, reusable system for creating multiple columns that you can implement anywhere any time with only a few lines of code. No bloated code or non-sematic class names required! Grid Frameworks: Pros and Cons I’m a pretty big fan of CSS grid frameworks.
Scaffolding Need reasons to love Bootstrap? Look no further. By nerds, for nerds. Built at Twitter by @mdo and @fat, Bootstrap utilizes LESS CSS, is compiled via Node, and is managed through GitHub to help nerds do awesome stuff on the web. Made for everyone. Bootstrap was made to not only look and behave great in the latest desktop browsers (as well as IE7!) Responsive Site Designer Drag-n-drop content elements like headers, images, buttons, icons and more Up to 21 (+ 33 variations) Organize images and other assets in the Project Resource Library Smooth and familiar front-end design workflow using custom selectors
6 free mobile device emulators for testing your site The percentage of all web usage that comes from smartphones and other mobile devices is growing, and it won’t be long before mobile internet users overtake desktop and laptop users in terms of web traffic. So it’s a cardinal sin to ignore mobile users when you’re developing a website. One of the most important things you can do to make a website mobile-friendly is to test it on multiple smartphone and tablet platforms. Luckily, mobile emulators make it easy to do this. A mobile phone emulator lets you check the responsiveness and functionality of the website across different mobile platforms, such as iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry, without actually having the devices in hand. Mobile emulators can help you pinpoint problems and issues with the website and allow you to take corrective measures to make the website visually appealing and functional on mobile devices.
Extension:Facebook Note: As of 2014, this extension has been marked "unmaintained" as it has not been updated to newer MediaWiki versions. The last version of MediaWiki known to be compatible is version 1.20. If you would like to assist in the maintenance/updating of this extension, please see the source code on github: The Facebook extension allows MediaWiki users to log into the wiki with their Facebook account by integrating your wiki into Facebook's. Open Graph social plugins can be used on wiki pages, and you can even manage user rights from within Facebook using Facebook Groups. This extension was not developed by Facebook.
Beautiful Buttons for Twitter Bootstrappers This is an extension to the Twitter Bootstrap framework. It makes creating pretty buttons easy. (Send improvements to @charliepark.) Best Bootstrap Visual Editor - In this post I compare the features of currently available Bootstrap editors, discuss how good a job they do in practice before coming to a conclusion about which of them currently is the best Bootstrap Visual Editor. Best Bootstrap Visual Editor For designers who either don’t know how to write code or don’t like to write code using a visual editor can be very appealing.
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