If you’re starting out in CSS, frameworks are a great way learning the efficient/proper ways to mark up specific layouts, typography, and styles. Yes, cascading style sheets are incredibly easy to learn; but there are so many inside trick and techniques you will learn over the years that eventually help avoid those long nights of headbanging, refresh clicking, red bull dosing. So when you start out, it’s pretty tough. You need all the headstart you can get.
How I usually use this stuff is by piecemealing, taking snippets here and there as I need them. I generally don’t build sites entirely off a framework just because there it’s honestly quicker just to come up with the solution myself.
What are your thoughts?
Reblogged Via: decodering