Framework for Responsive Website

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Hello people,
I'm planning to design a responsive website for my business. Which framework would be the best for it ?
#framework #responsive #website
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    • Profile picture of the author AnshulSharma
      Yeah. It's a web designing agency. I want to make something like Dribbble.
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  • Profile picture of the author dmrson
    I would suggest Bootstrap it's a very popular framework.

    Description from Wikipedia:
    Bootstrap is a free and open-source front-end Web framework. It contains HTML and CSS-based design templates for typography, forms, buttons, navigation and other interface components, as well as optional JavaScript extensions. Unlike many earlier web frameworks, it concerns itself with front-end development only.
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  • Profile picture of the author romanepo
    by AnshulSharma
    Which framework would be the best for it ?
    For selecting framework it is good to give importance on the expertise of the language.Over all we prefer Drupal for responsive website.Because it has lots of customize ,performance and security policy.
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  • Profile picture of the author jennytrump
    Responsive design frameworks have become essentially important for the websites. Bootstrap is the best version for responsive website development.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tousif Islam
    You can use Bootstrap for the front end. And PHP for the back end.
    You will find a lot of free bootstrap templates on the internet.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Aeliya
    Well I recommend you Bootstarp. This framework is great to work with as it has got a start up guide that new users can refer to while initiating the web development task. There is the option of creating fixed as well as fluid width layout. It has also got strong mobile support and thus a website having Bootstrap as its framework can easily be viewed on any mobile device.
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    Bootstrap is great - I've been using it since 2013. It's a good thing to have on your resume too. I've used it in several jobs in the past.

    On the downside I've got a few sites using Bootstrap 3 and it will be a hassle updating them to version 4. I'd love to use version 4 though as the "Cards" look really cool.
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  • Profile picture of the author designs codes
    The choice of a good framework depends on the size of the project you have at hand. Let us see which situation is ideal for each of these frameworks.


    When you are running short of time, Bootstrap is the ideal choice. Bootstrap makes your content look decent within a short time, and allows you to focus more on the back-end development of your application

    Choose Bootstrap if the design fits easily into its patterns

    Use Bootstrap when the final HTML can be controlled by you

    If the majority of the design patterns of Bootstrap are required in your project, then Bootstrap is the ideal choice

    Bootstrap becomes the perfect getaway when you are not very well equipped in writing CSS and HTML that comply with multiple browsers


    You can consider using HTML5 to write the front end if the deadline assigned to you is reasonable enough. If you are allowed enough time and money to be able to invest hours in creating custom CSS, then HTML5 is the right choice.

    HTML5 becomes necessary when you need to implement a design in your project that cannot comply with Bootstrap very smoothly. HTML5 makes your website quite responsive as you are able to customize it according to your own requirements.

    If the content management system or any other software that you are using requires modifications to the HTML, then HTML5 is the ideal framework for you.

    If you do not need more than just one or two features of Bootstrap to implement in your project, then you can go all in for HTML5.

    If you are experienced enough to be able to write CSS and HTML for websites, then HTML5 is what you should go for. While in Bootstrap, you are not able to customize a lot, HTML5 allows you to control the grid sizes, colors, shadows, and almost everything else.
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  • Profile picture of the author jennytrump
    Hi AnshulSharma,

    I suggest you use Bootstrap, It is a modern technique to develop a responsive website.
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  • Profile picture of the author Merin@123
    I would like to suggest Laravel. Laravel is the best framework for a responsive website.
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  • Profile picture of the author ezrankings
    You can do perform a search query "Framework for Responsive Website" on Google and you will get your answer.

    Though, I would suggest you go with Bootstrap.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ishan Shah
    You should use Bootstrap 4 framework for making responsive websites.
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