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GroundworkCSS is a fully responsive open source HTML5, CSS and Javascript toolkit.

GroundworkCSS is a responsive design tool to rapidly prototype and create accessible web apps that work on virtually any device. It features a flexible, nestable, fluid grid system.

Groundwork was created by Gary Hepting.


Free to download


MIT License

Gary Hepting


Support Sites:
Twitter, GitHub

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Features include:

  • Nestable, fractional, responsive, adaptive, fluid grid system; supporting any columns in any fractional amount from halves to twelfths
  • Supports semantic markup with ARIA attribute selectors, using Sass' @extend, @mixins, %placeholders & more
  • Responsive Text - create responsive headings, responsive text blocks and responsive tables
  • Rapid prototyping and wireframes with dynamic placeholder text, images and fonts
  • Responsive and adaptive fractional grid system
  • Breakpoint-targeted layout, typographic, and conditional helpers for responsive & adaptive layouts
  • Typography - Headings, paragraphs, emphasizers, links, lists, web fonts, quotes, code, and colors
  • Responsive navigation
  • Easy-to-customize button styles
  • Easily wrap content in a box
  • Provide users with feedback or instructions
  • Clean and easy to customize styling for tabular data
  • Accessible, responsive tab panels that collapse into accordions at targeted breakpoints
  • Easy to customize & flexible form elements wrapped in the grid system
  • Font Awesome Icons
  • Javascript helpers that make fitting text blocks within responsive designs a breeze
  • Rapid prototyping with dynamic placeholder text and the Redacted placeholder fonts
  • Collection of pure CSS3 animations, mostly from Animate.css
  • Highly customizable and configurable
  • Built with Sass, a powerful CSS preprocessor. Sass is an extension of CSS3, adding nested rules, variables, mixins, selector inheritance, and more
  • Built with modular SCSS and JS components
  • Accessibility, supporting ARIA state/role and semantic element selectors
  • Works on virtually anything: mobile, tablet, or large screen devices
  • Supported browsers: Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Google Chrome, Safari, and Internet Explorer

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