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bootstrap-material-design - Material design theme for Bootstrap 3 and 4

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Material Design for Bootstrap is the best way to use Material Design guidelines by Google in your Bootstrap 4 based application. Since this is a fully customizable version of Bootstrap, just include Material Design for Bootstrap CSS instead of Bootstrap CSS, and include the JavaScript at the end of your document (just before the </body> tag), and everything will be converted to Material Design.The things to do are a lot and the time is little, if you are a passionate developer with experience with Bootstrap and Material Design for Bootstrap and you have some spare time, please consider becoming a contributor of this project! If you are interested contact @FezVrasta or just adopt one of our issues.

hack - ⛷ Dead simple CSS framework.

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It's also available on CDNJS, jsDelivr and UNPKG.A list of projects that use hack.

maintainablecss

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Write CSS without worrying that overzealous, pre-existing styles will cause problems. MaintainableCSS is an approach to writing modular, scalable and of course, maintainable CSS.




todc-bootstrap - Google-styled theme for Bootstrap.

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This is a Google-styled theme for Bootstrap. Because I'm a fan of the new Google UI seen in Gmail, Docs, Calendar, etc, I decided to reproduce the look of these new UI elements for my own personal use. The project's goal isn't UI parity with Google Apps -- it's feature parity with Bootstrap, themed with Google's UI in mind. TODC Bootstrap was created by Tim O'Donnell, and maintained with the support and involvement of the community.

Metro-UI-CSS - Build responsive, mobile-first projects on the web with the first front-end component library in Metro Style

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Metro 4 is an MIT-licensed open source project. It's an independent project with its ongoing development made possible entirely thanks to the support by these awesome Backers. Documentation and Demo for v4: getmetroui.com or metroui.org.ua.

sakura - :cherry_blossom: a minimal css framework/theme.

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Just drop in sakura.css to any webpage and go from ugly looking 1900's website to a pretty modern website in literally 0 seconds. Easy to customize and build on top of sakura.

material-kit - Free Bootstrap Material Design UI Kit

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Material Kit is a Free Bootstrap 4 UI Kit with a fresh, new design inspired by Google's material design. You asked for it, so we built it. It's a great pleasure to introduce to you the material concepts in an easy to use and beautiful set of components. Along with the restyling of the Bootstrap elements, you will find three fully-coded example pages, to help you design your next project. Material Kit makes use of light, surface and movement. It uses a deliberate color choice, edge-to-edge imagery and large scale typography. The general layout resembles sheets of paper following multiple different layers, so that the depth and order is obvious. The navigation stays mainly on the left and the actions on the right.


concise

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Concise CSS is a lightweight CSS framework that provides a number of great features without the bloat. Concise CSS provides a solid foundation to stylize your website. It offers an alternative to frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation, with the difference that Concise only includes the minimum styles required. That does not mean that the features are limited; is possible to use add-ons on top of the core to extend the functionality as required.

marx - The classless CSS reset (perfect for Communists).

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The classless CSS reset (perfect for Communists). Marx is a CSS stylesheet to be used in any projects (namely small ones). If you don't need the weight of heavy frameworks or you would just like to make an edible website quickly, Marx is perfect for you. It can be used out of the minified box but it can also be customised and styled through the use of HTML classes.

maxmertkit - Maxmertkit, powerful, most customizable and easiest for usage mobile first front-end framework for web-development

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Maxmertkit, powerful, most customizable and easiest for usage mobile first front-end framework for web-development, created by Vetrenko Maxim, and maintained by the core team with the support and involvement of the community. Read the Start page for information on the framework contents, howto videos, examples, and more.

turretcss - Turret is a styles and browser behaviour normalisation framework for rapid development of responsive and accessible websites

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turretcss - A Responsive Front-end Framework for Accessible and Semantic Websites with default HTML elements, created by Scott de Jonge. Read the Getting started page for information on structure, usage, support and more.

sass-build-structure - An example SASS build structure sample to start a project

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After reading the book SMACSS and finding it very helpful the Front End team at Evernote has used some of the ideas in our SASS build. We've found breaking the SASS files out into directories (Base, Layout, Modules, and Views) helps organize our files in a project and compile CSS into a clean, logical file. Each page has a SASS (.scss) file created that acts as a project file that imports the individual modular components from Base, Layout, Modules, and Views that are needed to build the particular page. This build methodology is currently being used on Evernote.com.

Centurion - Centurion is a web-based framework for rapid prototyping and building larger web projects

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Centurion is a responsive framework built for speed, simplicity, and flexibility. Originally based loosely on the 960 grid built by Nathan Smith, Centurion boasted a responsive grid system that would help alleviate the headache of building responsive designs. Like all web projects it grew and started to capitalize on several different areas like: typography, buttons, tables, and more in order to create a seamless framework that could allow web developers to start up a new project easily without the need to override every little piece. If you're concerned about browser support then we recommend either html5shiv or Modernizr to your web site or project to help support CSS3 and HTML5.

breakpoint-slicer - A very quick and efficient syntax for Breakpoint

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Along with Respond To, Breakpoint Slicer is an alternative syntax for Breakpoint. It offers a powerful yet very simple way to slice your media queries. See those spans between breakpoints? Let's name them "slices".

box-shadows.css - :pisces: A cross-browser collection of CSS box-shadows

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box-shadows.css is a collection of simple and pleasant shadows for you to use in your projects. Great for tables, homepages content, containers, navigation and other blocks your website. Version v1.0.5 became much simpler, since support for the prefix is no longer required. To verify this, check the support of your browser on the site Can I Use.

Sass-Web-Fonts - A Sass mixin to allow easy, efficient usage of Google Web Fonts.

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A Sass mixin to allow easy, efficient usage of Google Web Fonts. You can clone this repo and include _web-fonts.scss in your project manually, or you can install the sass-web-fonts package from npm or Bower.

slush-html5-template - html5 template engine generator (RequireJS/CoffeeScript/Compass/jQuery/Mocha) for Slush

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Slush generator for creating html5 template engine (RequireJS/CoffeeScript/Compass/jQuery/Mocha)

wwwtf.berlin - WHAT THE FEST

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The href is crucial as long as the detail pages on wwwtf.berlin aren't finished.