We have thus gathered a collection of the coolest and most awesome free CSS resources including the libraries, frameworks and tools. All the items in today’s collection are latest and have been skillfully handpicked by us to bring you the best to save you loads of time and searching trouble. Go through the collection and find the tools that work best for you.
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A collection of CSS3 powered hover effects to be applied to call to actions, buttons, logos, featured images and so on. Easily apply to your own elements, modify or just use for inspiration. Available in CSS and SASS.
A collection of loading indicators animated with CSS.
CSS3 Animations with special effects.
A responsive grid system, with some trace elements of style and markup.
A collection of loading spinners animated with CSS.
A starting point for good typography on the web.
Set text on the web to a baseline grid easily with Sass & rems.
BASSCSS is a lightweight collection of base styles and simple type and layout utilities designed for speed, performance, and scalability.
Lightweight, more intuitive and useful responsive CSS framework.
Create icon fonts in seconds! Just drag & drop SVGs onto the character grid and download your spiffy new font. Cherry on top – IT’S FREE!
The easiest way to create resolution independent social icons.
A simple color palette for the web. Let’s be honest, out of the box, the color strings that css provides aren’t… the tops.
A list of colour names in CSS.
A Sass map of Pantone colors (coated Pantone colors only). Feel free to steal the ones you want and use them as variables.
ApplePie Toolkit is modular and responsive CSS framework. Getting started with ApplePie is easy.
A few simple, but solid patterns for responsive HTML emails. Even in Outlook.
StyleStats is a Node.js library to collect CSS statistics!
extractCSS is an online tool which can extract ids, classes and inline styles from HTML document and output them as CSS stylesheet.