Simple and Free Web Application to Create A Starter Stylesheet Quickly: PrimerCSS

PrimerCSS is a very simple & free web application that enables anyone to paste HTML and get a starter stylesheet automatically.

It analyzes the code you pasted, pulls out all the ids/classes used and places them into the stylesheet.

The application is specially handy for web designers who write the most part of the HTML structure at first & style it later.

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First CSS Object Oriented Framework, save time, do more, xCSS

Why a CSS framework?

xCSS bases on CSS and empowers a straightforward and object-oriented workflow when developing complex style cascades. Using xCSS means a dramatic cut down to your development time by: having a intuitive overview of the overall CSS structure, using variables, re-using existing style cascades and many other handy features. But, most frameworks are bulky and inflexible, aren’t they? Not xCSS! It’s lightweight and seamlessly integrates into any existing workflow. Aside from that the CSS overhead is getting reduced while your (X)HTML attributes remain semantic.


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Hot Collection of Free jQuery And CSS Drop Down Multi Level Menu Solutions

Hello dears, it’s time for comprehensive programming article. Here you’ll find Hot and best jquery and CSS based drop-down or just multi level menu tutorials with down loadable files and explanations as well.


MenuMatic is a MooTools 1.2 class that takes a sematic ordered or unordered list of links and turns it into a dynamic drop down menu system. For users without javascript, it falls back on a CSS menu


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Free AJAX Based, drag & drop, Shopping Cart with PHP, CSS & jQuery

Tutorialzine is sharing a beautiful tutorial (with source) on creating an Ajaxed drag’n drop shopping cart with jQuery & PHP.

It uses MySQL for storing the data & simpleTip plugin for displaying information about the products with style.


It takes advantage of the jQuery UI’s draggable & droppable behaviours to accomplish the flawless experience.

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Learn How To Use Pure CSS To Style Web Form Dynamically.

Web application interface designs have evolved over the years, from the default browser style to having rich colour palettes design and dimensional background images. We have to thank the adoption of web standards and advanced CSS techniques for such improvements.


Normal default web form elements look ugly and unprofessional. Nowadays, as web design require every element to glue together as a whole, we cannot leave the web form to their default style. In order to achieve that, we can use a very simple way which is CSS to change your form appearance.

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