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Templates to work from

Hey ,

So I know the basics to HTML and CSS, and I was wondering if anyone knew of any good websites that provide templates to work from. For example, a login form with different designs to work from, or buttons..ect.

Many Thank Yousef

7 Answers

Erik Nemesis
Erik Nemesis
13,356 Points
  • themeforest
  • forrst
  • dribbble
  • codepen.io
Joel Encinas
Joel Encinas
9,683 Points

Hi Youseef,

There tons of sites that give web design freebies to play with, i've listed my favorite ones:

  • tympanus.net/codrops/ - the blueprint area is awesome.
  • pixelbuddha.net
  • graphicburger.com
  • creativemarket.com - Store, but every has 3 freebies per week.

Perfect Thank you!

Darren Kynaston
Darren Kynaston
Courses Plus Student 15,610 Points

Hi Youseef,

If I understand your question correctly you can also look into Bootstrap or Foundation by Zurb. These allow you to quickly prototype a website and add in pre-set buttons, forms, panels, grids and lots of different framework. You can then break into the html and css to customise.... There are courses on both from Treehouse and I would recommend you looking at them...

Hope that helps,


Thank You Darren. bootstrap looks interesting, I'll definitely be looking into it further

Thank you Joel! Yea i agree, The blueprints for tympanum.net/corops/ is great!

Zachary Frazier
Zachary Frazier
10,249 Points

I second codepen.io, it has similar functionality to the workspaces on Treehouse. Gethub also has a ton of stuff to look at.