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Hi,

Could someone show me some free css ui framework/template for consistent web application, something like:

  • http://www.webguitemplates.com/templates/futurism/futurism-blue
  • http://www.webguitemplates.com/templates/simplus/simplus-silver
  • http://www.adminizio.com/
  • http://gooeytemplates.myshopify.com/products/blue-atom
  • http://gooeytemplates.myshopify.com/products/blue-carbon
  • http://themeforest.net/category/site-templates/admin-skins
  • http://demo.sproutcore.com/sample_controls/
  • http://ukijs.org/functional/wave.html

The framework/template is "pure" css and not javascript/ajax framework (ExtJS, JQuery UI, YUI, etc) and can work without JQuery or other JS/Ajax framework (mainly it just the UI)

Maybe be a bit too much, but consider the template included:

  • Form styling (input, button, select, fieldset, radio, checkbox, etc)
  • Table styling (header, row-highlight, row-focus, etc)
  • Navigation styling (tab based, list based, etc)
  • Text typography (h1...h3, b, i, u, em, strong, a, etc)

I found some here:
http://www.webresourcesdepot.com/free-admin-template-for-web-applications/
http://blogfreakz.com/web-design/excellent-free-admin-template-for-web-applications/

I hope i could find any, especially the one that looks like google product (gmail, wave, analytics)

2 answers

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This is probably not what you want to hear but it sounds like you're just asking for a nice css-driven (x)html-based template that has a modern design and can be used for multiple applications (content pages, admin pages, etc.). If that's the case, you might want to consider looking at Wordpress as an engine to power whatever it is you're doing and use one of the cleaner templates.

Where I work I designed a standard application UI for both the front-end and the admin side of the applications designed to work on site. It's a very simple design that is based on a 960 grid (see http://960.gs/ for more information on using a 960 grid).

Answered about 7 years ago by Scott Savage
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I would try checking out a CSS framework like Blueprint (http://www.blueprintcss.org/) or the 960 Grid System as Scott suggested (http://960.gs).

I can't speak for 960.gs, but I know Blueprint has lots of plugins that you can use to help style your site faster. I know you said that you're not interested in any JavaScript based solutions, but jQuery UI and Themeroller might be exactly what you're looking for. Check it out: http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/

I just did a segment about CSS Frameworks on my show, which you might find helpful. Here's the link to the episode: http://doctype.tv/debug

Answered about 7 years ago by Nick Pettit