Semantic UI is an open-source framework that uses CSS and jQuery to build great user interfaces. It is the same as a bootstrap for use and has great different elements to use to make your website look more amazing.
How to use Semantic UI ?
Just google CDN semantic UI and you will get the CDN link for semantic UI and just put it in your head tag of your HTML and you are good to go.
Let’s see the code for how to put semantic UI CDN in HTML.
And you can remove the link from the head to see the difference.
The second way of using is downloading the min.css file of the Semantic UI whose link you can find on semantic UI official site and use it directly and it helps offline.
Now let’s see an example of using Semantic-UI.
Let’s see another example of Semantic-UI loader.
You can directly run these examples by clicking on run on IDE.
- Semantic Web and RDF
- Semantic-UI | Rating
- Semantic-UI | Header
- Semantic-UI | Placeholder
- Semantic-UI | List
- Semantic-UI | Embed
- Semantic-UI | Cards
- Semantic-UI | Advertisement
- Semantic-UI | Feed
- Semantic-UI | Comment
- Semantic-UI | Forms
- Semantic-UI | Statistics
- Semantic-UI | Loader
- Semantic-UI | Reveal
- Semantic-UI | Popup
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