The KM Front-End Kit has been revamped for PHP! Download this HTML5 / CSS3 / jQuery front-end kit to get you started as quickly and easily as possible with your next responsive design front-end development project.
The kit has been updated to use PHP includes and variables for a more abstracted, dynamic development experience.
Download a bare-bones WordPress theme, ready for customization and styling. WordPress’s native themes are feature-rich but can be tedious and exhausting to customize out of the box. Likewise, creating themes repeatedly from the ground-up can also be an arduous task.
This template HTML5 theme contains popular features such as post thumbnails, threaded comments, menus, jQuery, and more, but with minimal styling. The template was built to be a platform for custom development and is fully ready for to be repurposed and expanded for your theme-making needs.
My newly-updated reset stylesheet with a few omissions, additions, and edits. Please feel free to use and edit this CSS reset as you see fit.
The KM Front-End Kit has been rebooted for responsive web design! Download this HTML5 / CSS3 / jQuery front-end kit to get you started as quickly and easily as possible with your next front-end development project.
The kit has been updated to provide easily-customizable support for CSS3 media queries. The files also include fall-backs for non-modern browsers.
A simple HTML5 + jQuery front-end framework to get you started as quickly and easily as possible. Includes fallbacks for non-modern browsers and is easily customizable. This bare-bones framework was designed so that you can add necessary features and will not have to delete lots of clutter.
CSS Resets are stylesheets intended to lay a consistent baseline. Browsers have varying defaults that can alter the alignment of elements on your page. While browser defaults are not a bad thing, their inconsistencies can be dealt with in a simple and straightforward manner through the use of resets.
Remember: http://dowebsitesneedtolookexactlythesameineverybrowser.com? A CSS reset is not intended to force all browsers into visual sameness, but to help you build up from a level playing field.