Front end developers have the best time in designing the best UI for a awesome site with unique features. At my own experiences i love to design the front end that is the web interface. So we depend on different open sources scripts. Most of the web designers and developers are much more engaged in developing the scripts for all front end solution to save the times moreover they release those scripts as open sources that can be useful for all the developers.
HTML and CSS Tools :
This website and its sample code creates a template of sorts, absent of design or layout, that will help you avoid some of the major rendering problems with the most common email clients out there. It also provides some helpful examples and snippets that will keep your email design rendering as true-to-form as possible.
A nice simple tool for creating CSS in an intuitive way — very much like you would do with a graphics editor. The tool lets you add drop shadow, inner shadow, background, border and border radius and generates cross-browser CSS code.
A template that creates rich and performant mobile Web apps. You can get cross-browser consistency among A-grade smartphones, and fallback support for legacy Blackberry, Symbian, and IE Mobile.
This tool reloads the style sheet (not the HTML) of a page in all browsers, and it can even be configured to reload a page automatically in multiple browsers at the same time. The tool doesn’t host your website but rather runs your website’s own local server. To use it, you just need to install NodeJS and npm.
This tool allows editing CSS properties in the IDE from Firebug CSS editor and also allows the developer to concentrate on CSS styling without having to refresh the browser.
This jQuery plugin provides support for the new
placeholder="" HTML5 form attribute in browsers that don’t natively support it (IE et al).
A script that speeds up, simplifies and modernizes your site — a concise solution to universal issues. You can load scripts like images as well as use HTML5 and CSS3 safely.