No need to use a CSS framework.
It is not that hard to style things in CSS once you get the hang of it.
Besides it is easier if you actually write less CSS to style a list of links as an example because if you go overboard with styling stuff you end up with clashes in your CSS and that can make things harder when re-designing.


On 4/1/2012 1:27 PM, Russ Weakley wrote:
You have probably seen all sorts of CSS frameworks over the years...
but is this the best CSS framework ever?
http://morecss.org/

:)
Russ




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