For a long time now, Bootstrap has been one of the most popular front-end frameworks and has been featured in the top list of many developers. There are not many frameworks out there like Bootstrap when it comes to designing splendid front-end websites. The user base of Bootstrap is really huge, and it is the second most starred project on GitHub, with over 127,000 stars by September 2018. While Bootstrap is undoubtedly amazing at what it does, there are some other frameworks which are equally good and may fit your requirement better. Below are top 10 frontend web designing alternatives to Bootstrap for you to try over.
The terms HTML, HTML5 and XHTML are frequently used in web design. Most people who are new to web design, often find these terms confusing and don’t know which language of these three to learn. The confusion is understandable because all of them are markup languages and essentially serve the same purpose. To clear out the confusion, let’s take a look at their differences in detail.
What is CSS?
A Cascading Style Sheet, commonly known as CSS, is the layer of styling over HTML elements, or in simpler terms, it lets you style the elements (font, size, colour, and spacing) of your HTML pages and content by gently applying classes to it.
CSS takes cares of the presentation and helps you determine how the pages and content that you make with HTML are going to look and display. CSS will be a saviour once you have learned to master the code.
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In case you are a beginner and are struggling to start the project, this post is for you.
To run the project solution, all you need is Node/Npm. NPM is a package manager that comes with node and is required to run projects involving any Front-End/Back-End Framework. It takes care of any downloading and maintaining any external library or framework your project may need.