Minimal snippets for modern CSS layouts and components. With visible, tweakable examples.
jQuery and its cousins are great, and by all means use them if it makes it easier to develop your application.
If you're developing a library on the other hand, please take a moment to consider if you actually need jQuery as a dependency. Maybe you can include a few lines of utility code, and forgo the requirement. If you're only targeting more modern browsers, you might not need anything more than what the browser ships with.
At the very least, make sure you know what jQuery is doing for you, and what it's not. Some developers believe that jQuery is protecting us from a great demon of browser incompatibility when, in truth, post-IE8, browsers are pretty easy to deal with on their own.
Maybe you can include a few lines of utility code, or a mixin, and forgo the requirement. If you're only targeting more modern browsers, you might not need anything more than what the browser ships with.
Material Design Icons' growing icon collection allows designers and developers targeting various platforms to download icons in the format, color and size they need for any project. 26,000 icons and counting.
I just got the pun. Heh.
A library of almost 2000 animated, scalable icons. Only about 300 are free, the rest require payment. Log in, pick the ones you want, tweak them a bit, download them to use with your own site.
Surprisingly affordable on a monthly basis.
A collection of CSS3 powered hover effects to be applied to links, buttons, logos, SVG, featured images and so on. Easily apply to your own elements, modify or just use for inspiration. Available in CSS, Sass, and LESS.
Maybe I can use this for links?
A lightweight CSS framework for personal sites.
With Meta Tags you can edit and experiment with your content then preview how your webpage will look on Google, Facebook, Twitter and more!
Use this starter kit to create a viable, good looking, production-ready website whose entire size does not exceed 2 KB compressed when opened in a browser. Ideally, the total size of all assets (HTML, CSS, favicon, etc.) downloaded by the browser when opening the page will be under 2 KB. You need npm and gulp installed to assemble it, but once you have it everything you need will be in the
Semantic HTML elements are those that clearly describe their meaning in a human- and machine-readable way. Elements such as <header>, <footer> and <article> are all considered semantic because they accurately describe the purpose of the element and the type of content that is inside
You want fart noises as you scroll? We've got you covered.
Courtesy of The Onion.
Prism is a lightweight, extensible syntax highlighter, built with modern web standards in mind. vIt’s used in thousands of websites, including some of those you visit daily. Simple to use. Lightweight. Customizable downloads, just like Bootstrap. Surprisingly easy to use: Include the files in your HTML and it does the rest for your <code> blocks. Extremely fast.
A set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project. Pure is ridiculously tiny. The entire set of modules clocks in at 3.7KB minified and gzipped. Crafted with mobile devices in mind, it was important to us to keep our file sizes small, and every line of CSS was carefully considered. If you decide to only use a subset of these modules, you'll save even more bytes. Has all of the primitives that you'd expect from a CSS framework.
A series of awesome little special effects for websites. Not limited to any framework (react, vue, angular, etc). Effects can be simply inserted into the page.
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