CSS frameworks have been the foundations of web projects for many years. However, in the age of responsive design, a framework has even more benefits. A well-built CSS framework or boilerplate can streamline the design process, save huge chunks of development time and ensure your website scales properly on all devices.
With so many choices available, though, it can be difficult to choose a framework to build on.
It’s important to consider the following when making a decision: whether you require a grid, and if so, will it be fluid or fixed?
What level of customization do you require?
How much do you care about semantics?
What level of support and documentation is available?
What is the learning curve?
This post details 20 CSS boilerplates, frameworks and systems to help you make that decision.
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