Simplified code from the Bootstrap, Gumby, Skeleton and Wirefy development teams.

Brought together in MergedFrame.

Nerds? Geniuses.

The core engine- Built at Twitter by @mdo and @fat, Bootstrap utilizes LESS CSS, is compiled via Node, and is managed to help nerds do awesome stuff on the web.


The second most popular engine/ framework out there. MergedFrame was made to be modular for builds, yet be visible using responsive CSS.


The oldest of the responsive (smartphone / mobile) frameworks. Using some of the core code and focusing on a 12-column responsive grid.


An up-and comer to the party. And why we decided to build a common set of code for ease of implementation and standardization to maintain our clients' costs for development.


Then we went out and found the best of the "next generation" goodies that were also responsive; flexed to the size of the screen. Check out the number of options that are small, fast and sleek. And cool!

Core to the implementation is a solid track record for visibility with the search engines like Google, Bing and others. The structure bypasses the need for nested tables, eliminating bloated code that the engines don't have to wade through in determining relevancy.

MergedFrame was merged to take advantage of the best of each open source framework. Let us know if you would like full source credits included with your design. Trust us; they EARNED it...