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Free Bootstrap PSD Grids for Crafting Excellent Website Designs

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«In web­site pro­duc­tion, there are lots of import­ant factors that affect work­flow and the final res­ult, includ­ing time. No one can argue that time and money are tightly con­nec­ted: sav­ing time means gain­ing extra money, so every­one tries to use it more effi­ciently with vari­ous work-sav­ing solu­tions. Here, front-end devel­op­ment frame­works take up a lead­ing pos­i­tion.»

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→ designmodo.com

Understanding CSS Grids for Modern WordPress Website Design

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«With respons­ive design now no longer option­al, CSS grids are quickly becom­ing the go-to for cre­at­ing con­sist­ent web­site lay­outs that look great on mul­tiple devices.»

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→ wpmudev.org

Web design: Layout Grid

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«Stat­ic respons­ive grid with pure css. Javas­cript using nat­ive drag-n-drop to reorder for each screen size on desktop and mobile.»

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→ clippings.github.io

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→ clippings.github.io

The 10 Most Fascinating jQuery Grids

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«jQuery is usu­ally the first choice for most people who want to dip their feet in JavaS­cript pro­gram­ming as it provides an easy meth­od to select HTML ele­ments and manip­u­late the DOM.»

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→ hongkiat.com

Lightweight grid system: GridLayout

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«Why use Grid­Lay­out? If you need to cre­ate com­plex app lay­outs, sim­il­ar to nat­ive ones, with sup­port for older browsers. Grid­Lay­out is a ~1 KB (mini­fied and gzipped) CSS file and a ~0.5 KB JavaS­cript file used only for Inter­net Explorer sup­port.»

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→ ghinda.net

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→ github.comghinda.net

The secret of grid layouts, and the mistake you’re probably makingThe secret of grid layouts, and the mistake you’re probably making

The secret of grid layouts, and the mistake you’re probably making

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«I men­tioned the “Swiss School” and “the grid” lay­out in anoth­er art­icle and while most com­ments were pos­it­ive about the art­icle, there were a num­ber of people who asked if the grid was even still alive. I assure you the grid lay­out is alive, well, and used all the time. »

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→ webdesignerdepot.com

The Flexible Grid System for Responsive Web LayoutsThe Flexible Grid System for Responsive Web Layouts

The Flexible Grid System for Responsive Web Layouts

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«If you’re a web design­er who loves design­ing on a grid, then you’re going to love this new open source pro­ject by dno­mak. I’ve talked about respons­ive CSS grid sys­tems before, but, at the time, the Flex­ible Grid Sys­tem didn’t exist yet. »

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→ designinstruct.com

How to use Cute GridsHow to use Cute Grids

How to use Cute Grids

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«This is a golden age for frame­works, with dozens for us to choose from. We have great options like Boot­strap and Found­a­tion, but some­times these frame­works deliv­er more than we want. »

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→ developerdrive.com

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→ developerdrive.com

Webdesign: GridloverWebdesign: Gridlover

Webdesign: Gridlover

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«Grid­lover gives you adjustable css for font sizes, line heights and mar­gins. The default css out­put is for body, p and h1 — h4 head­ings, but you can of course apply your adjus­ted val­ues to any ele­ment by edit­ing the css. The tool to estab­lish a typo­graph­ic sys­tem with mod­u­lar scale and ver­tic­al rhythm. »

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→ gridlover.net

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→ gridlover.net

CSS Grids: Examples and Code for Common LayoutsCSS Grids: Examples and Code for Common Layouts

CSS Grids: Examples and Code for Common Layouts

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«Earli­er in the week I walked through the css grid lay­out mod­ule. There was a lot to cov­er and as the post grew long I saved some real examples for today. »

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→ vanseodesign.com