Archives For Web Tools

It’s important to have a good set of tools to speed up and simplify your CSS development and we always see new and approved ones  being created. The tools featured in today post will help you improve your workflow whether it be solving validation or debugging, taking care of those repetitive tasks that we see on a daily basis or just simply offering a better solutions to many time-consuming items like sprites or CSS3 animations

1. CSS Lint

CSS Lint

CSS Lint is a tool to help point out problems with your CSS code. It does basic syntax checking as well as applying a set of rules to the code that look for problematic patterns or signs of inefficiency. The rules are all pluggable, so you can easily write your own or omit ones you don’t want.
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HTML5 is popular among both designers and developers. It’s a weapon for designers to create new innovative web based apps. We see many tools out there for designers and developers but finding good and free ones aren’t easy. So today you will see 6  awesome web based apps.

1. VintageJS

VintageJS is a tool where you can upload your images and apply a custom retro, vintage look to them for free. Just try it out: upload your photo, apply the vintage effect and share the retro image it with your friends via facebook or twitter.

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Twitter is popular and lots of people use it and this beginning statement would be just a massive understatement.With these Twitter tools that featuring in this post you can use to achieve greater productivity on Twitter-related tasks.

1. Proxlet

This is especially for the google chrome users and visitors as it has a extentsion for it but also works on Tweetdeck, iPhone and other Twitter clients. Anyway this tool allows you to mute certain tweets without unfollowing the person altogether. It eases the pain of finally getting rid of those tweets about trending topics that you no longer want to hear about.

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The CSS framework you decide to use shouldn’t ideally be based only on a personal preference, as most web designers tend to do.But Ideally you should choose a framework  that match up on your current web projects factors like complexity and functionality requirements.

In this article you find 16 of the best CSS frameworks including a couple of generators that you could consider for your next project.

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