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InK - Interface Kit Basscss Responsive Nav — Responsive Navigation Plugin KNACSS jsTree Jeet Framework The 5 Most Popular Frontend Frameworks of 2017 Compared — SitePoint This article was updated on May 17, 2017, to reflect the current status of the features present in the front-end frameworks listed below. Nowadays there is a deluge of CSS front-end frameworks. But the number of really good ones can be narrowed down to just a few. In this article we’ll compare what I think are the five best frameworks available today. Each framework has its own strengths and weaknesses, and specific areas of application, allowing you to choose based on the needs of a specific project. For example, if your project is simple, there is no need to use a complex framework. The frameworks that I’m going to explore are presented based on their GitHub popularity, beginning with the most popular, which is, of course, Bootstrap. (Note: Some of the information below will go out of date in the coming weeks and months – e.g. 1. Bootstrap is the undisputed leader among the available frameworks today. Notes on Bootstrap The main strength of Bootstrap is its huge popularity. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Color Oracle Demo - Pikachoose a jQuery Slideshow - Pikachoose 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.two-of-three .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