Ultimate Collection of Web Development CSS Frameworks

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Some of the most popular open source systems today have been built with common frameworks. The first line of code to garner its own set of frameworks was JavaScript, namely jQuery and MooTools. However as web design has matured we’ve seen a vast introduction into CSS frameworks.

These tools are immensely powerful and should be considered when first starting on any web project. There are CSS resets and powerful frameworks for almost anything you may need! Resetting page grids, web fonts, scalar and graphics, and plenty of other niches.

Consider the collection below if you’re entering work on a new web project. Both designers and developers can benefit in use of these frameworks with time and money. Everything is free to download and manipulate at will, so long as proper credit is given to each author. This is our ultimate collection of CSS frameworks!

YAML

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Elements Framework

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YUI 2: Grids CSS

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960 Grid System

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Emastic

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Malo

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LogiCSS

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1 KB CSS Grid

CSS Frameworks

Blueprint

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CleverCSS

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EZ-CSS

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My CSS Framework

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intuit.css

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SenCSs

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Taffy CSS Framework

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Atatonic CSS Framework

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Lovely CSS

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A CSS Framework

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SlimCSS

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The Golden Grid

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YUI 3: CSS Base

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YUI 2: CSS Reset

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Toucan CSS Reset

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Conclusion

If you are just starting out in web design then CSS may be a topic you haven’t ushered into yet. However as you build your knowledgebase it’s important to recognize just how important stylesheets will become. The many frameworks displayed here offer fantastic stepping stones to introduce yourself into CSS code.

Similarly if you know of any great frameworks we’ve missed please add your links in the discussion below. It’s always important to leave references for the design community. And when it comes to CSS it seems web designers will flock together and build collections like no other development language!

Jake Rocheleau

Jake is a social marketing expert and Internet entrepreneur. He has built a few startup ideas and continues to write for many online design magazines. Check him out through google or follow his updates on Twitter @jakerocheleau.

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Clive Walkden
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I can’t believe there are so many in the list above that I’ve not heard about. I’m going through about 8 at the moment to see which I think is best for me. Looks like I got some more to go!!!

Daniel J. Lewis
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YUI CSS Grids now has a 3.3 beta. It changes everything, but I think I like their direction.

Punarvasu
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Nice article… thanks for sharing…

CSSchops
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Nice list. Thanks for posting!

joomla web developer
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Out of all I like the LOvely CSS framework the most. CSS Frameworks are a bliss in disguise to programmers as well as designers.