Devices.css - Modern devices in pure CSS
All devices are elegantly developed in pure CSS. The first are newly announced iPhone X and iPhone 8. More devices are coming. You can use these minimal devices in landing and screenshot showcase pages.
- iPhone X (Silver)
- iPhone 8 (Silver, Gold and Space Gray)
- Google Pixel 2 XL (Black)
- Google Pixel (Very Silver, Quite Black and Really Blue)
- Samsung Galaxy S8 (Midnight Black and Coral Blue)
- iPad Pro (Silver, Gold, Rose Gold and Space Gray)
- Surface Pro
- Surface Book
- MacBook (Silver, Gold, Rose Gold and Space Gray)
- MacBook Pro (Silver and Space Gray)
- Surface Studio
- iMac Pro
- Apple Watch
- Add more devices and form factors
- Add landscape support
- Add responsive support
Download the compiled and minified Devices.css files. Include
devices.css located in
/dist in your website or Web app <head> part.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="dist/devices.css">
Go to Demo page to copy the device HTML source code and paste it to anywhere you want. All devices use the same HTML structure with different
<div class="device device-iphone-x"> <div class="device-frame"> <img class="device-content" src="..."> </div> <div class="device-stripe"></div> <div class="device-header"></div> <div class="device-sensors"></div> <div class="device-btns"></div> <div class="device-power"></div> </div>
Also, there are optional
device-[device-color] classes for different color variants.
You can add any screenshot or video with the
device-content class. The resolution aspect ratios are based on real ones.
You can custom Devices.css by modifing SASS
.scss files located in
Devices.css uses Autoprefixer to make most styles compatible with earlier browsers. For best compatibility, these browsers are recommended:
- Chrome (LAST 4)
- Microsoft Edge (LAST 4)
- Firefox (EXTENDED SUPPORT RELEASE)
- Safari (LAST 4)
- Opera (LAST 4)
Devices.css is completely free to use. If you enjoy it, please consider donating via Paypal for the further development.