Emastic is a CSS Framework, it’s continuing mission: to explore a strange new world, to seek out new life and new web spaces, to boldly go where no CSS Framework has gone before.
Why should you use emastic?
- Lightweight (compressed weight less then 4kb)
- Personalized width of the page in (em,px,%)
- Use of fixed and fluid columns in the grid.
- Elastic Layout with “em”s
Direct link: Emastic CSS Framework
Elastic is a simple css framework to layout web-based interfaces, based on the printed layout techniques of 4 columns but with capabilities to unlimited column combinations. and capacity to make elastic, fixed and liquid layout easily. Elastic provides a declarative syntax language to define the layout structure and behavior. It’s like having a conversation with your code. This way you don’t have to remember cryptic class names, just express what you want…
Direct link: Elastic CSS Framework
The latest versions of most browsers support – and default to – full page zooming instead of just increasing text size. Some argue that this means you no longer need to think about what happens when users increase (or, to a lesser degree, decrease) text size, and that there is no longer a need for fluid or elastic layouts or using other units than pixels for font sizing…
Direct link: Page zoom does not mean the end of flexibility