Category → CSS

Unsemantic: A successor to 960gs

Unsemantic is a CSS framework that is a successor to the 960 Grid System. It relies on percentages rather than a fixed number of columns, and was built ...

Tuktuk: An object-oriented CSS framework

Tuktuk is a lightweight object-oriented CSS framework for easily creating responsive and fully extensible websites. It includes layouts up to twelve columns, as well as forms, buttons, tables, ...

Elegant Dom Loves Mary Font Family - only $17!

Perfect for formal occasions (or for adding a touch of class to your latest project), the Dom Loves Mary Font Family, by Debi Sementelli, is a wonderfully unique ...

StyleStats: Get all sorts of CSS stats

StyleStats makes it easy to collect data about the CSS styles used on any website. Just enter a URL (you can also upload a file or input the ...

AniJS: Declarative handling of CSS animations

AniJS is a declarative handling library for CSS animations that makes development quicker and more eloquent. It's fully documented and easy to get started with.

CSS  -  Ruby

Hologram: Build beautiful style guides

Hologram is a Ruby gem, easy way to build and maintain beautiful style guides. It automatically parses all the comments in your CSS to do this, speeding up ...

Beautons: A simple button toolkit

Beautons is an easy to use library for creating beautiful, simple buttons. You can apply a variety of styles, functions, and more to the buttons, including changing their ...

CSS Vocabulary: Interactive CSS reference

CSS Vocabulary is an easy to use, interactive reference app that makes it simple to learn the various parts of CSS. It includes everything from Blocks and Comments ...

CSS-Flip: A CSS BiDi flipper

Need to generate left-to-right or right-to-left CSS? CSS-flip does that for you, from your source. It supports a variety of properties, including borders, margins, padding, and more.