Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites. It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.
Bootstrap is built with Less and was designed to work out of the gate with only modern browsers in mind. Download, fork, pull, file issues, and more with the official Bootstrap repo on Github.
This document contains normative guidelines for web applications built by the Interface Development practice of Isobar North America (previously Molecular). It is to be readily available to anyone who wishes to check the iterative progress of our best practices. If you have any feedback, please leave a comment on the announcement blog post.
FEM CSS Framework is a 960px width + 12 column grid system + CSS common styles, to easy and fast develop web layouts. It is based in the 960 Grid System, but with a twist in the philosophy to make it more flexible and faster to play with boxes.
Download | Website: http://www.frontendmatters.com/projects/fem-css-framework/
Sencha Animator provides CSS3 support and enables you to take advantage of new features, such as transitions and animations features. Use the Animator Properties panels to modify an object’s, size, color, borders, spacing, decoration, and more. Animator also lets you define your own custom CSS on a KeyFrame or Object basis.
A desktop app to create CSS3 animations for WebKit browsers and touchscreen mobile devices. Create rich experiences for today’s most popular devices.
Demo | Website: http://www.sencha.com/products/animator/
W3C unveiled today an HTML5 logo, a striking visual identity for the open web platform. W3C encourages early adopters to use HTML5 and to provide feedback to the W3C HTML Working Group as part of the standardization process. Now there is a logo for those who have taken up parts of HTML5 into their sites, and for anyone who wishes to tell the world they are using or referring to HTML5, CSS, SVG, WOFF, and other technologies used to build modern Web applications.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) present an HTML5 logo.
The logo home page includes a badge builder (which generates code for displaying the logo), a gallery of sites using the logo, links for buying an HTML5 T-shirt, instructions for getting free stickers, and more. The logo is available under “Creative Commons 3.0 By” so it can be adapted by designers to meet their needs. See also the HTML5 logo FAQ and learn more about HTML5.