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    Hi, everyone.
    Any suggestion to build responsive website.
    I've been using Less Framework for a long time.
    But there's some issue, for example: Less Framework doesn't include pre-defined grid css

    I try to google another option but the feedback not quite good. This one for example (it doesn't support IE6-8, which is part of my project support).

    I've found this web template pretty good implementing the responsive website.
    It looks simple, but not so simple when i try to see the source code. The CSS or JS folder really mess-up so i can't find what framework the programmer develop with.
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    Maybe this? http://responsify.it/
    Last edited by Beverleyh; 04-04-2013 at 10:17 AM.
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    Have you seen Initializr?

    Initializr is an HTML5 templates generator to help you getting started with a new project based on HTML5 Boilerplate. It generates for you a clean customizable template with just what you need to start

    I used it for my last website and it works great. It is not live yet, unfortunately, so I don't have a site link for you to see.

    this looks good too
    http://www.responsivegridsystem.com/

    more options here
    http://webdesignledger.com/tools/8-u...css-frameworks
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    @Beverleyh
    thanks for your suggestion, do you have experience developing one of your project using this framework?

    @mlegg
    Thanks for the HTML5 info, and about the framework.
    It's not about new framework, if there's old engine that simple and have a good feature like i said in the first page.
    Support for IE 7, 8 or include pre-defined grid css would be great.
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    I havent made anything official yet with responsify.it (it was actually a recommendation that I picked up recently on Twitter), but its the one I'll be using next.

    I did make a responsive mobile site a few weeks/months ago, but it was mainly just for iPhone/iPad and similar - not much anticipated use on desktop, so it stayed really lean and light-weight and wasn't dress-up a great deal: http://www.dronfield.derbyshire.sch.uk/mobile/

    Here's a case study on it: http://fofwebdesign.co.uk/portfolio/...ion_portal.php
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    @Beverleyh
    Ok, i'll try to implement it in my website. Thanks
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