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    hi this is a small CSS framework I made back a few years back it has most of the stuff that a full framework has like bootstrap but not as powerfull, I made this while learning web design I thought what better way than to lean this stuff than was to make a full framework my self and this is what I came up with. hope it helps other out learning css

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    On line demo is here
    http://dreamvb.rf.gd/flex/

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    Not a bad way to go about it. That's how I learned HTML back in the day - by building a Live Preview HTML editor - it had a split screen, HTML on the left and a rendering of the code on the right. It would update as the user typed. Added in a bunch of toolbars, modals, and macros to assist with the boilerplate. Got quite a bit of use out of it at the time, since there wasn't anything else. - this was loooong before Front Page or Dreamweaver were a thing.


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    Re: Flex CSS Framework

    It's definitely a good exercise and I'm impressed with how much functionality you added.
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    Re: Flex CSS Framework

    Thanks Glad you like it, I keep meaning to get back into Webdesign but never get the chance with all my programming projects I got going on.

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    Re: Flex CSS Framework

    Quote Originally Posted by techgnome View Post
    Not a bad way to go about it. That's how I learned HTML back in the day - by building a Live Preview HTML editor - it had a split screen, HTML on the left and a rendering of the code on the right. It would update as the user typed. Added in a bunch of toolbars, modals, and macros to assist with the boilerplate. Got quite a bit of use out of it at the time, since there wasn't anything else. - this was loooong before Front Page or Dreamweaver were a thing.


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    I made something like that also in C# a while back if you like you can find it here full c# code
    https://github.com/DreamVB/LiveHTML

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