Docsify: A magical documentation generator

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I was just looking for a clean documentation templates focused on usability when it magically appeared right in my face! That’s docsify, not a template but a documentation generator which doesn’t generate static HTML files, but loads and parses your markdown files and displays them as website.
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coolHue: A collection of ready to be used CSS color gradients

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Howdy, folks! Today we are pleased to share with you coolHue, a new fancy collection of  background gradients ready to be imported in a CSS file. You can both export the linear-gradient or the base64 SVG data to be applied on a CSS background-image property. Crafted by UVdesk App.
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fractures: An atomic CSS toolkit for building websites

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fractures is a CSS toolkit built by @pyx that may be used for quick prototyping as well as for production. The project consists of a library providing a set of CSS utility classes for handling spacing, grids, alignment and even typography in a matter of seconds.

The good thing about fractures is  that it is atomic, non blocking: in other words it leaves UI untouched and you can use it in combination with any other existing CSS framework. Yeah, that’s cool.
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OAK: A free HTML template for creative portfolios

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OAK  is a free HTML portfolio template designed by EliteFingers, a web development & branding studio specialised in the development of WordPress themes. This template is a great solution for designers, architectures, photographers and any kind of creative people who need a website for showcasing their own works.
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Shoelace: A lightweight CSS starter kit

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Shoelace is a CSS starter kit, not a framework: Think of it as a CSS reset sprinkled with helpful components. Bootstrap users will find it familiar, yet refreshing.

Shoelace is highly customisable through CSS variables and it doesn’t require Less, Sass, or any preprocessing at all. The minified version is only 32KB
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Bootstrap Magic: A tool for creating Bootstrap themes

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Bootstrap Magic is a free but powerful tool to create custom Bootstrap themes in-browser in minutes. We’ve tried it out and we have to admit that it’s a great product, simple and easy to use thanks to a built-in HTML editor with live reload.
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