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HTML KickStart

HTML KickStart

HTML Kickstart is an ultra-lean open source framework that enables you to rapidly build web page prototypes.

HTML Kickstart is a collection of HTML5, CSS, and jQuery (Javascript) files, layouts, and elements designed to give developers a headstart and save hours of work.

HTML KickStart includes a bunch of elements: slideshows, superfish style menus, css buttons, form styles, typography basics, and more, so that with a little customization you can create a full featured web site layout in a fraction of the time it normally takes to design, create, code, and debug common user interface elements.

HTML Kickstart For Drupal is available. It is an ultra–lean theme that utilizes the CSS and JS helper framework.

 HTML KickStart

Price
Free to download

Size
0.3MB
License

MIT License

Developer
Joshua Gatcke

Website
www.99lime.com/elements

Support Sites:
Blog, GitHub, Twitter

Selected Reviews:
Design Shack

Features include:

  • Clean, standards-compliant and cross-browser mark-up
  • Responsive layout
  • Fluid or 960 grid layout as you like
  • 249 icons
  • Designer friendly
  • Custom Blocks Positions: tabs, and slider
  • CSS3 buttons, tables, images, lists, tooltips, breadcrumbs and more
  • Uses Font Awesome - gives you scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS
  • Cross-browser normalization
  • Cross-domain XHR and Flash
  • Supported web browsers: IE 8+, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari IOS, Browser and Chrome Android

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