Many developers these days have their own version of a CSS framework they like to use in their projects. One of these is the IVORY Framework by Lakshmikanth Vallampati.
While most programmers still use more renowned projects like Twitter's Bootstrap, the 960 Grid System or Zurb's Foundation script, once in a while a developer open sources his own personal framework to the World.
Even if all CSS frameworks practically do the same thing, we love when developers open source their work because the more frameworks there are, the more alternatives people have to choose from.
Take a look at the demo of IVORY's grid system and default UI widgets, make your own opinion and see if you can use it in one of your future projects.
IVORY Framework development is handled via GitHub.
Download IVORY Framework from our Scripts section here.