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wich best framework css ?

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01-19-2012, 05:25 AM
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Old thread but I will like to echo Derek Lapp. There really is no need for a CSS framework. You should be streamlining your own CSS document to avoid bloating. Not to mention your template should be unique enough to require more detail than is provided.

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I like skeleton and 960.gs

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I use 960 Grid system or Less Framework - depends on the client's needs.

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Not so simple to define a css framework, 960gs is a grid system but it's great to start with. If you are interested in css framework you should try Sass with Compass

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960 grid framework is the best. I was using Blue print earlier but I don't like it because it adds only right margin 20px to columns. 960 gf splits that space into left and right columns sized 10px each.

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Use http://foundation.zurb.com/ is best framework available right now and is responsive too

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Skeleton is pretty nice, 960js is ok, Normalise is probably the better one. Frameworks are like marmite really, you either like them or you don't. Its not a necessity, and without one, allows you that little bit of freedom. Grids and most CSS frameworks, you will find restrictions. Clean - hand code - from scratch - don't be lazy, is the best way to go.

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I don't use 960.gs , you can share your exp ?
Thanks.

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960 grid system would be my best bet.

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Originally Posted by paweł View Post
i won't suggest anyone to use css frameworks.. It's much better to write code from scratch with awarness of futher development, instead, you will end up with enormous css weight.
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