CSS framework

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A CSS framework is a collection of design elements and tools for simple and standardized web design with CSS . Most CSS frameworks offer a grid design grid as a basis as well as some basic design elements such as buttons, menus and input fields. Larger frameworks also offer JavaScript- based functions, which expand the design elements with additional, but usually optional, functionalities ( unobtrusive JavaScript ).

CSS frameworks can offer different functions:

Larger CSS frameworks use CSS interpreters such as Sass , Less or Stylus .

Some common examples are Bootstrap , YAML , Foundation , UIkit, Skeleton or Semantic UI.

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