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HTML5 Boilerplate

Hi I am sure this is going to be a silly question. But if I am using HTML5 boilerplate and want to create a a responsive website is there a framework I can use along side that or is it a case of creating a fluid grid etc myself


4 Answers

Check out foundation.zurb.com

You can use this in place of the HTML5 boilerplate because it already includes all HTML5 code and is responsive right out of the box.

Caroline Hagan
Caroline Hagan
Courses Plus Student 12,453 Points

@Graham if you go to http://www.initializr.com/ this is the HTML5 Boilerplate's 'do-it-yourself' website where you can opt for Responsive and customise your needs.

Cool will check them both out

Hi Graham,

I recommend you take a look to this one too!