Top 20 NuGet CSS Packages

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Adds support for adding and displaying Rails "flash" messages to MVC. Works with any version of MVC 3.0 and higher. See the project URL for more examples.
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A css and javascript manager that will dynamically combine and minimize the files and serve them through a handler.
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Meleze.Web is a toolbox to optimize ASP.NET MVC 3.0, MVC 4.0 and MVC 5.0 applications. It provides HTML, JS and CSS minification of Razor views and caching of the returned pages. The package version 1.4.x targets ASP.NET MVC 4.0 and 5.0. Use version 1.3.x for MVC 3.0.
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HTTP handlers that transform *.less and *.coffee files into CSS and JavaScript resepectively on the fly.
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Font Awesome, the iconic font and css toolkit. Follows the MVC directories best practices.
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A set of awesome modern components that you can use in every Web project
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A simple set of best practices to get HTML5 projects off on the right foot.
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Core C# high-level wrapper around libsass library
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This packages adds bootstrap 3 support to the Durandal StarterKit written by Rob Eisenberg. Built using Durandal 2.0.1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Durandal is a cross-device, cross-platform client framework written in JavaScr...
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Fabric is a responsive, mobile-first, front-end framework, designed to make it quick and simple for you to create web experiences using the Office Design Language. It’s easy to get up and running with Fabric—whether you’re creating a new Office experience from scratch or adding new features to an ex...
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This framework uses styles from the Office UI Fabric project. Fabric is a responsive, mobile-first collection of styles and tools designed to make it quick and simple for you to create web experiences using the Office Design Language.
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A lightweight javascript library for WeUI.
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The CSS Friendly Control Adapters kit (for ASP.Net 2.0) provides pre-built control adapters that you can easily use to generate CSS-friendly markup from some of the more commonly used ASP.NET controls.
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CSS Sprites - a method to optimize page loads by combining a large number of small images into one. The method of extremely relevant with the active use of country flags - with all the flags on one page, then load it, the browser will need to make only two server requests instead of 247.
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Syntax Highlighter written by JavaScript and CSS (and C# Helper)
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MSBuild task for expanding Web Essentials bundles in HTML files.
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Iconator is an Umbraco datatype that allows the picking of CSS icon classes.
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A reset stylesheet including HTML5 elements
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At under 5K minified & gzipped HeadJS provides you with: * Asset Loader: Load scripts and stylesheets when you need them. head.load("file1.js" , "file2.js" , function() { done(); }) head.load("file1.css", "file2.css", function() { done(); }) * JavaScript Organizer: Defer execution to the bottom of...
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Extensions for Microsoft ASP.NET Web Optimization Framework