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Where can I view examples (maybe a “catalog”) of CSS based desig

Has anyone ever seen anything like this?

I do not write CSS Code. Someone else will do that. But I need to know what is POSSIBLE and how is to interact with as a user.

Looking for a "Tasting Menu"

The analogy here with cooking is that I am trying to put together a dinner party. I am looking for a Buffet where I see and taste a bunch of food with recipes I can give to my chef ("Please cook the Duck ala Orange and the sweet potatoe pie, using these recipes")

Examples of existing design elements (I can find examples of these, although they're in different places)

Rounded Corners
Tabbed Dialog
Pull Quotes
and most importantly: new, cutting edge CSS Design Elements
Mr. Analogy Send private email
Sunday, June 23, 2013
google about for twitter bootstrap, very clean framework, I think it's best today.

here is a bunch of "menu"-like things, but it's hard to pick anything practical from this soup, just to see what you can do:

Dima Send private email
Sunday, June 23, 2013
Here are two curated lists, both with a UI widget section.


Nicholas Hebb Send private email
Sunday, June 23, 2013
> google about for twitter bootstrap


Also, HTML KickStart is very good.

In fact, visually I prefer kickstart.
Vladimir Dyuzhev Send private email
Sunday, June 23, 2013
http://www.csszengarden.com/ is pretty much what you're describing except that it only shows one page of effects, not a library of UI controls. It is sort of an engine that takes one boilerplate standard HTML page and displays it using a multitude of different CSS templates. Same content, a multiplicity of renderings, effects, and styles.
WannabeTycoon Send private email
Sunday, June 23, 2013
You could take a look at the original HTML5 Rocks demo slides for newer features.

It covers a wide range of stuff - the top of each slide is tagged as to whether the feature is HTML/JS/CSS.

Chris Williams Send private email
Monday, June 24, 2013
Zen Garden and also CSS Tricks has lots of ideas:

Deprecated Send private email
Monday, June 24, 2013

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