Red Theme

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Red is a Twitter Bootstrap theme, that by default, comes with a white navbar. The jumbotron is red, which is the theme’s primary colour. The navbar does come with an inverse, which is also the primary red, so you can have the navbar and jumbotron match.

The theme’s body is a light to mid grey, and the grey can be seen throughout the theme.

The theme is excellent for professional individuals and business startups.

The HTML template displays HTML elements and bootstrap elements, so when you are customizing the template, you can see it all.

Get Noticed Theme

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Get Noticed is a bootstrap theme designed for anyone or any business who wants to get noticed. The theme consists of two (2) jumbotrons: one for the main, which sits below the navbar (one time use) and another one that can be used multiple times, throughout the website. The footer matches the top layout – by having two parts. One part of the footer is one shade lighter than the top, designed to display a message or how-to connect with you or your organization and another part for copyright, links, etc…

There is no inverse navbar for this theme, as the navbar and jumbotron are designed to blend in together.

The HTML template displays HTML elements and bootstrap elements, so when you are customizing the template, you can see it all.

Sky Theme

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Sky is a bootstrap theme designed for techies, technology businesses, web designers or anyone in general. What makes this theme unqiue is that the navbar uses RGB / RGBA background values, with a HEX background as backup for unsupported browsers. Therefore, the colour of the navbar is dependant upon the colour of the jumbotron – the navbar will be darker. In addition, the main jumbotron, that is under the navbar, will have a right (dark) to left (light) gradient, but all of jumbotrons will not. The footer consists of three sections, each having their own colour. The colouring is grey, so that it’s neutral, in comparison to the navbar and main jumbotron.

This theme also has a inverse navbar, which has a black background. The background is black to be in-keeping of the dark navbar.

The HTML template displays HTML elements and bootstrap elements, so when you are customizing the template, you can see it all.

Techie Theme

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Techie is a bootstrap theme designed for techies. It features a gradient black navbar, dropdown menu with a blue hover, a cool blue connect bar, a sticky black footer and gradient buttons. The HTML template displays HTML elements and bootstrap elements, so when you are customizing the template, you can see it all.

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Sass Theme

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The Sass Bootstrap Theme is an SASS language inspired Twitter Bootstrap theme. It features a primary pink and grey colour scheme with clan typography. It is a great theme for web designers, web developers, fashion websites or blogs, or other design website.

Bootstrap’s glyphicons are not included. If you wish to use font icons, I would highly recommend Font Awesome.

This theme comes in minified or unminified assets, plus the ability to make the components gradients, instead of the default flat UI.

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Stylus Mixin Library

Stylus Mixin Library is a simple, lightweight, yet powerful mixin library for Stylus.

How-to-Use

Copy the mixins folder to your project directory and then add the following line of code to your project’s main file:

@import 'mixins/*'

Examples

Each mixin file located in the mixins directory contains documentation on how to include the mixin.

Example of implementation can also be found in test.styl.

Sass Mixin Library

Sass Mixin Library is a simple, lightweight, yet powerful mixin library for Sass.

Features

Here are the main features of the Sass Mixin Library:

  • Simple to add to your project and use in your project;
  • Adjust variables to your liking; and
  • Save tons of time and typing.

Supported Mixins

Sass Mixin Library currently supports the following Sass mixins:

  • Background gradients (top to bottom, left to right, gradient)
  • Background opacity
  • BEM front-end naming methodology
  • Border
  • Border image
  • Border radius
  • Breakpoints for responsive design
  • Clearfix
  • Font face
  • Font size (rem)
  • Height and width size
  • Margin
  • Padding
  • Text shadow
  • Vendor prefixes helpers

How-to Use

Copy the _mixins.scss file and mixins directory to your project. Add the following to your core file or file in which you want mixins to be added:

@import "mixins";

Example of implementation can be found in test.scss.

Example Output

Input:

.clearfix {
    @include clearfix;
}

Output:

.clearfix {
    *zoom: 1; 
}
.clearfix:before, .clearfix:after {
    content: " ";
    display: table;
}
.clearfix:after {
    clear: both;
}

Anti-spam Project

Let’s Can Some Spam

The Anti-Spam Project started in 2005 to help individuals and organization reduce and possibly eliminate email and website spam. Spammers are tracked and analyzed to create free databases, open-source code and to publish research articles.

The Anti-Spam Project currently targets email, blog and analytic spam. For web software, The Anti-Spam Project focuses on the WordPress content management system.

You can find databases and open-source code projects listed below and on The Anti-Spam Project’s GitHub page.

Web Referral Spam

A collection of fake referrals you’ll find in your analytics tools.

Blog Spammers

A collection of email addresses and URLs belonging to spammers.

Bad Words

A collection of offensive and inappropriate words that should be banned on websites.

Contact Form Spammers

A collection of email addresses and URLs belonging to contact form spammers.