The Under Rated W3 CSS and JS

September 5, 2019 by ag molde • 0 Comments

under rated w3 css and js

The most familiar and widely adapted CSS or JS frameworks we’ve known perhaps is the twitter Bootstrap and CSS3 and in the Java Script framework world is the jQuery (and so much with the high end and powerful ones like Angular, Node, React, etc) but we have not much known about the W3 CSS and JS.

While exploring new technologies, I’ve come across the W3. It is fascinating find though W3 is not powerful as the jQuery, Angular, Node, React, etc but it does all the jobs that we wanted in our website and blogs.

Previously, I write code from scratch for example the slideshows using javascript but viola! W3 JS simplified the work and is all that is needed to keep the job done in minutes!

Adapting W3

W3 is a standard, so adapting it and implementing it to my clients websites and blogs. The best part, it’s totally free, no license is necessary. No overhead cost passed on to the clients!

How to use it?

Is pretty easy! Like any other frameworks, you can download it to your project or you can use the distributed network just line of code in your html or php file.

Get the W3 CSS here and the W3 JS here

Or include this in your file:

CSS:

<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://www.w3schools.com/w3css/4/w3.css">

JS:

<script src="https://www.w3schools.com/lib/w3.js"></script>

Tutorial and documentation site

In our previous blog about favorite coding reference sites, we’ve mentioned w3 school, indeed, W3 references is housed in this W3School site. It has very good and well organized navigation. Learning is really a breeze!