I’m a sucker for a new framework.
There’s something so cool about these new tools that are so inspiring.
Mix your frameworks with CodeKit and you’re ready to rock some serious web dev!
Now here’s a new-ish CSS framework that deserves some attention, Unsemantic CSS Framework:
Unsemantic CSS Framework
Here are a few things I really dig:
- It makes sense.
- It’s SEO friendly.
- It works with Sass.
I personally don’t use Sass (yet), but the idea of extending Unsemantic appeals to me.
Here’s what’s so great about the SEO:
pull-xclasses, you can rearrange the visual layout of page, without affecting its source order. WhileSEO is a bit of a “moving target,” this has been known to help search engines determine the most relevant content on a page.
Typically, code at the top of a page is what search engines tend to focus on the most, and Unsemantic can help to ensure your source code is geared towards that goal.”
I told you it was sexy.
As for ‘making sense,’ here’s how you work with Unsemantic:
- If you want a two columns, you would use class=”grid-50″ twice. It’s a percentage thing, see?
- If you wanted to divide the page into thirds, you would use grid-33 and grid-66, follow?
I like it.