Introducing Blueprints – A New Section on Codrops

We are introducing a new section on Codrops which will contain basic templates and components, called Blueprints.

Introducing Blueprints - A New Section on Codrops

We are happy to announce a new section on Codrops: the Blueprints.

The Blueprints will be a collection of basic and minimal website concepts, components, plugins and layouts with minimal style for easy adaption and usage, or simply for inspiration.

Since we had many requests to create more basic templates and plugins that can be easily used as a website component, we decided to give it a try. We hope that the Blueprints capture that idea and give you some basic foundations for building your projects.

Here you can find the first two Blueprints:

Elastic Content Slider
Elastic Content Slider

Full Width Image Slider
Full Width Image Slider

We hope you’ll enjoy our new section and find it useful!

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Manoela Ilic

Manoela is the main tinkerer at Codrops. With a background in coding and passion for all things design, she creates web experiments and keeps frontend professionals informed about the latest trends.

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  1. nice and very cute + clean web UI to make nice and clean websites, Great!, Thaks.
    Alex.

  2. so simple and useful. this section speed up my work and learning progress.
    tanks a lot. 😀

  3. Blueprints are insanely great! I already find them the most helpful for me. Great job!

  4. These are beautiful. I’m sort of a newbie though and wonder about compatibility issues. Usually tutorials at this site let one know if IE8 users will be bummed, and so weak designers like myself are forewarned. I’m assuming that is gorgeous showcase of CSS wizzardry should be seen as art rather than opportunity for production for websites with visitors from traditional browsers? Any comments would be appreciated. sciman@csupomona.edu