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First ever HTML5 CSS3 framework – 52framework

The enavu network releases the first HTML5 CSS3 framework! Check out a quick review of the 52framework here.

With so many upcoming technologies in the web development world it is rather hard to keep up and be at the very top. So we at enavu decided we wanted to make the process easier, make it super [...]

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The enavu network releases the first HTML5 CSS3 framework! Check out a quick review of the 52framework here.

With so many upcoming technologies in the web development world it is rather hard to keep up and be at the very top. So we at enavu decided we wanted to make the process easier, make it super easy to download this framework add your content and be running a Valid HTML5 (cross-browser) website with some great CSS3 effects.

Why might you be interested in using this framework? Well for one you are excited to use the latest and greatest technologies in the web world. Or maybe you are just excited to use a great framework that will save you a lot of development time. There are plenty of reasons to give the 52framework a try.

Is this a very stable release? We like to think so, unfortunately we haven’t had time to do in depth testing with all the other projects we are working on, so we hope to see your feedback after using it. This is a beta release, so of course it is “Use at your own risk” and i want to add to that “Test on the browsers you want to support”.

Can I help? Yes we would love for you to go in, test it, and give us some feedback. We have set up systems where you are able to request new features, add new code suggestions, and add documentation if that’s your cup of tea.

Check out the website today to learn more about this amazing framework!

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  • some are neither standards compliant nor good practices at all.

    bad boy :(

  • Id love for you to point them out, and explain why they are not standard practices smile

  • A useful hint for the Flash one (other than also including <embed> tag) is to add this parameter:

    This allows floating elements to float over the flash movie. I’ve covered this myself here: http://www.electrictoolbox.com/div-layers-float-over-flash-vimeo-youtube/

    Also, your post date for comments is still broken :(   They’re now showing as Feb 28st…

  • Oops – my parameter didn’t show… here it is without the opening and closing angle brackets (add them in yourself at the start and end):

    param name=“wmode” value=“transparent”

  • Fixed comments smile thanks

  • One that I can spot right off the top of my head is your open in new window snippet.

    The target=“_blank” will not validate in xhtml strict. Should use a javascript work around for it.

    Not saying my stuff is perfect either, I am a fan of short cuts but you asked to point em out. I think that if it does what you want, the site still works to the clients liking then its fine, valid or not the client is happy

  • It’s a great framework!
    I’ve made a template for CMS Made Simple using it.
    For those using CMS Made Simple you can find the theme XML file here: http://52framework.cmsmadesimple-themes.com

  • Thank you so much! I will post this in the new 2.0 website soon!

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