Archive for the ‘CSS’ Category
Style Css Menu

Styled Menus offer free (without the psd files, that you can buy if you need) website navigation menu bars designed by professionals.

Css Menus here are cross browser compatibility and with valid w3c code. All the css menus here can be easly used in dynamic websites / shopping carts like drupal, joomla, os-commerce, zen cart, shop, magento, joomla virtuemart, wordpress, blogger etc…

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Website: http://www.styledmenus.com


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Deploy*

Deploy* is a free, open source, online tool which allows users to quickly deploy a web project folder in only a couple seconds.

It offers a couple unique features from other project folder downloads such as customization, valid XHTML, HTML, and CSS, but the most unique is bookmarking.

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The 1Kb CSS Grid

CSS frameworks have become quite popular over the past couple of years. Some of them try to fit in everything: a grid system, a style reset, basic typography, form styles, you name it. Others focus solely on the grid, but still end up a bit bloated. With added complexity comes… well, complexity: a steeper learning curve, increased development time, and — cringe — tougher debugging. Here is a fresh take on the CSS grid (loosely based on Nathan Smith’s 960 Grid System). Its mission is to be lightweight. It can be used to streamline page templates for content management. All this in just one measly kilobyte (actually, 662 bytes, but who’s counting).

1kb_css_grid


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Typetester

The Typetester is an online application for comparison of the fonts for the screen. Its primary role is to make web designer’s life easier. As the new fonts are bundled into operating systems, the list of the common fonts will be updated.

typetester

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CSS Type Set

CSS Type Set is a typography tool that allows designers and developers to interactively test their text styles and generate the css online.


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