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YAML

YAML

YAML (Yet Another Multicolumn Layout) is a modular open source CSS framework for truly flexible, accessible and responsive websites. YAML is focused on device independent screen design and provides bullet-proof modules for flexible layouts.

YAML provides a complete set of matched building blocks to create complex websites. Grids, navigation, forms, typography module and all provided add-ons work seamlessly together.

YAML is mature software having been in development since 2005.

 YAML 4.1.2

Price
Free to download

Size
0.4MB
License

Creative Commons License CC-BY 2.0

Developer
Dirk Jesse

Website
www.yaml.de

Support Sites:
Migration Cheat Sheet, Forums in English, Forums (in German), YAML Builder, GitHub, Thinkin' Tags, Twitter, Google+

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Bulletproof flexible and responsive grid system
  • Fixed grid layout, based on 960 Grid System
  • Provides layout bullet-proof modules for flexible layouts
  • Flexible forms toolkit with theme-support
  • Focussed on web standards & accessibility
  • Optimized typography for all standard elements
  • Matched building blocks for rapid prototyping
  • Namespacing avoids conflicts with third-party CSS
  • Form-Module provides a full set of standard form elements, based on best practices for accessible forms, and supports theming
  • Provides several different standard methods for clearing and containing float objects
  • Well prepared for HTML5 and CSS3
  • Very slim framework core (5.9 kB)
  • Completely developed using Sass and provides a static CSS version of the framework as well as a highly customizeable Sass port
  • YAML-based templates have been prepared for many CMS
  • Complete multilingual documentation
  • Supported web browsers: Mozilla Firefox 3.6+, Opera 10+, Latest Google Chrome, Apple Safari 4+, and Internet Explorer 6+

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