You probably HTML can't have frameworks. It is a simple language of the web, not a complex language you can add more to. Let me show you some!
Foundation is another popular responsive front-end framework. With this modern HTML5 framework, you can approach web design either mobile first, or from big displays down to mobile sizes. It has rapid-prototyping capabilities, a responsive grid system and much more.
Foundation is by ZURB, a company of product designers focused on providing web-based solutions.
Docs: Foundation Docs
Skeleton is a simple and clean responsive CSS boilerplate for HTML5 websites and apps. It’s got just the things you need, and nothing more. Some notable features: a responsive layout grid, standard media queries for your device-specific CSS style properties, a CSS class for responsive image elements that scale with the layout grid, a PSD template for mocking up your web designs, and an HTML5 shiv for old web browsers.
If you want to get started with responsive design quickly, you should look into this open source project.
Docs: Skeleton Docs
In 2010, HTML5 Boilerplate became one of the first, and subsequently, most popular open source front-end web development tools for getting HTML5 websites and web apps up and running in no time. It’s a compilation web development solutions that enable our sites to support modern web browsers. Included in HTML5 Boilerplate is a mobile-friendly HTML template, placeholder icons, CSS resets for normalizing/standardizing your stylesheet property values, standard media queries for popular viewing screens, an HTML5 shiv for non-modern web browsers, and more.
Docs: Boilerplate Docs
Docs: Kickstart Partly Docs
UIkit is a lightweight and secluded front-end structure for growing quick and intense web interfaces. UIkit gives you a far-reaching accumulation of HTML, CSS, and JS segments which is easy to utilize, simple to redo, and extendable.
Docs: UIKit Docs
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