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Open Source templates for responsive design

Hi,

1.I am looking for PHP based open source templates related with responsive design.

Are there also any open source tools to create responsive websites?
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Scott Fell

8/22/2022 - Mon
Ray Paseur

Looking at your profile, I see you have given marked-down grades for the last five questions.  Are the answers really that bad?

Here are some general guidelines to make your use of this site more enjoyable and productive for you...

At EE, the experts exchange answers and advice for points.  If you look at the questions awaiting answers in this zone, you will see a lot of 500 point questions.  Your question is competing for the experts' attention among those high-point questions.  So as a matter of simple economics you might be able to envision which questions will get the experts' attention first.   Just a thought.

We are experts, but not mind readers.  Inquiries that are broad, vague and hypothetical may not get answers that are as succinct and effective as inquiries that have actual URLs, complete code examples, and clearly expressed questions.  "It doesn't work" is not an error message.  Whenever possible, please provide the inputs and tell us what you want for the outputs.  An incredibly important concept is the SSCCE; please read the online page and embrace the SSCCE strategy.  If you do not have the SSCCE, stop what you're doing and create one, and post it with your question.  And please accept that sometimes the right answer is, "Don't do that -- it doesn't work that way."

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Best regards, ~Ray

PS: This site is usually pretty good.
http://css-tricks.com/mixing-responsive-design-and-mobile-templates/
Marco Gasi

I'm not sure to understand what you mean when you say "PHP based open source templates related with responsive design". Php has nothing to do with responsive web design and css. Ideally, you could just take any web template, be it responsive or not, and use it with your php scripts.

If you need to output your pages through php, you can simply take the template you prefer and ouput the various pieces of html markup.

So I think you can find interesting this site: http://www.designrazzi.com/2013/free-css3-html5-templates/

Hope this helps.

Cheers
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Rocking

thanks to experts for their precious comments

@Ray_Paseur
I see you have given marked-down grades for the last five questions

I just can't understand how u can say above?
Regarding grading i had given good in every case and excellent for the answers which perfectly meet my expectation.

Regarding 500 points if the question worth i should give the otherwise i think 100 points are more than enough for this particular question.Wht u say?
Or is the necessary to give 500 points for all the questions raised?

Most of the sites i came across through google before i saw all the experts comment?
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Ray Paseur

... had given good in every case ...
To quote from the grading guidelines:
A should be the default grade awarded unless the answer is deficient. When closing the question, the asker should explain why a B grade was awarded.  I noticed the grades you gave to the last five questions by looking at your profile and clicking the links to "Activity" and then to "Questions."
https://www.experts-exchange.com/M_6184684.html

It's up to you to decide how many points a question is worth.
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Rocking

Ok i understand after going through the link provided by you,how the grades could matter for a experts.

Coming back to question.
Since RWD is a concept,Are there any standards for creating the templates from sctrach?
Or the HTML5 and CSS standards are OK?
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