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HTML Boilerplates, CSS and WordPress Frameworks

June 14th, 2012

HTML5 Boilerplate

HTML5 Boilerplate
HTML5 Boilerplate is the professional frontend developers’s base HTML/CSS/JS template for a fast, robust and future-safe site.
After more than four years in iterative development, you get the best of the best practices baked in: cross-browser normalization, performance optimizations, even optional features like cross-domain XHR and Flash. A starter Apache .htaccess config file hooks you up with caching rules and preps your site to serve HTML5 video, use @font-face, and drop your site’s filesize by half with robust gzipping.
Boilerplate is not a framework, nor does it prescribe any philosophy of development, it’s just got some tricks to get your project off the ground quickly and right-footed.
HTML5 Boilerplate as designed and developed by Paul Irish & Divya Manian. It is basically a product that took more than two years to develop it is basically deigned to support the best available practices as well as techniques for creating various cross-browser websites which are compatible and which will operate in synch with the legacy browsers besides being ready for HTML5.
There are certain types of HTML5 Boilerplate templates on GitHub that can be used for watching, forking and commenting pleasure » Read more: HTML Boilerplates, CSS and WordPress Frameworks

A collection of simple, useful and cool jQuery/CSS3 Tutorials

February 29th, 2012


Scroller is a plugin for jQuery that allows display images in the form of round markers.

Scroll jQuery

jQuery tubular

This is a really cool jQuery that i have bookmarked in my favorites, i am pretty sure i will need it and i can’t wait to use it actually. jQuery tubular is a plugin that places a YouTube video of your choice into your page as a background.

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The most efficient and newest CSS3 tools

January 5th, 2012



ProCSSor is a powerful (and wholly free) CSS prettifier that lets you format CSS in the exact way you want. It empowers you to turn your CSS into something that is visually more compelling, and with a minimum of effort at that.



A web crawler follows the links of your site. On each page, we retrieve the CSS files and list the selectors. The selectors are tested on the html page. If the selector matches an element, it is marked as used. When all the files have been visited, a new css file with only the used selectors is built. That’s the file you can download.

Developer Rafael Garcia to create instaCSS, a faster means of browsing through the CSS documentation from MDN. Thanks to a much better search feature and a cleaner, simpler design with a nice global menu, instaCSS proved a hit with Hacker News readers. Due to popular demand Garcia has since moved the site to the broader domain and expanded to cover CSS, HTML, JavaScript and Dom docs. Garcia has released his DocHub effort on GitHub, which means you can set up your own local instance for those times when you don’t have internet access.

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