5 Popular CSS Frameworks

1. Foundation
Foundation, from ZURB, is an advanced, lightweight, responsive, front-end framework. Based on a flexible, 12-column grid that can scale to an arbitrary size (defined by the max width of the row) that’s easily nested. This means you can build complicated layouts without creating a lot of custom elements.

Foundation comes with a lot of different layout templates so you’ll definitely save many time when starting your new project

More info: http://foundation.zurb.com/

2.Twitter Bootstrap
Bootstrap is a popular, modern front-end/UI development framework. It’s feature-packed and will have most of the things you’ll need for developing responsive sites and apps.
Bootstrap has a 12-grid responsive layout, 13 custom jQuery plugins for common UIs like carousels and modal windows, a Bootstrap customizer, and more.
Bootstrap is well-documented, and this open source project has plenty of coverage in blogs and tutorial sites.

 

More info: http://getbootstrap.com/2.3.2/

3.Skeleton
Skeleton is a small boilerplate for responsive, mobile-friendly development. It is built on a lightweight 960 grid, which elegantly scales down to downsized windows, tablets and mobile phones. It’s a tool for rapid development, built with CSS best practices, a well-structured grid, an organized file structure and much more.
Skeleton is a small collection of CSS files that can help you rapidly develop sites that look beautiful at any size, be it a 17″ laptop screen or an iPhone.

More info: http://www.getskeleton.com/

4.Gumby Framework

Gumby is a responsive CSS framework. Its foundation is a hybrid grid that allows you to create layouts by defining what grid to use, wherever you want on the page .Gumby uses a flexible, customizable, 960px wide grid, a width chosen by many web designers.
Gumby is perfect to create clutter-free responsive site, no unnecessary stylesheet on the tablet version of your site.

More info: http://gumbyframework.com/

5.YAML
YAML is a CSS framework that is popularly known as Yet Another Multicolumn Layout. The best part about this particular CSS framework is that it is perfectly compatible with almost all the browsers that are operative in today’s date. Apart from this, the developer of YAML Dirk Jesse has come up with this framework keeping into mind the web standards. In addition, this CSS framework comes complete with a YAML Builder.


> More info: http://www.yaml.de/

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