(Simple, Clean, Modern) Open Source Web Design Template?
December 9, 2012 9:49 PM Subscribe
I occasionally contribute tutorials to open source projects and I'm looking for a standard Web page template I can use for these. Although I know HTML/CSS and could write one from scratch, I'd rather spend that time writing more (or better) documentation for the projects. Do you know of any simple, nice looking, open source templates I could use?
posted by tomwheeler to Computers & Internet (3 answers total) 6 users marked this as a favorite
The ideal template would be:
- Free: no cost and either is in the public domain or has a very liberal license like Apache. Requiring attribution is OK, but it's better if it can be in the page source instead of visible to the end user (my name doesn't go on the tutorial either)
- Modern: works 100% in all browsers common today and gracefully degrades for older ones
- Attractive: Github's Wiki markup wins here, but fails at simplicity
If there's support for code syntax highlighting (especially Java, UNIX Shell, Python and R), that would be a big plus.