More often than not when I roll out a page I spend the first 20 to 45 minutes or so setting up my base HTML (4/5) Template. Saddly most of this time is spent looking up CDN URLs to javascript files and css files to help offset bandwidth and help aid in faster loading. As many people visit sites using the same method and thus have it already in there cache. Anyway I tend to lean on google.com as my leading source of commonly used libraries to load from. But Microsoft has a not so bad selection to so there is them as an alternative and in some cases only means of some libraries such as datatables.\r\n\r\nAnyway here is my “Starter” kit of sorts, this is more so than less my means of having this code widely available to me on any machine I may be on at the time so long as it has internet. So in my laziness to prevent myself from having to look this stuff up time and time again. I bring you a quickie solution to getting yourself started as well.\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\n
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