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If so - which framework do you prefer and why?

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closed as off topic by Rahul, Ignacio, Patrick McElhaney Sep 1 '10 at 12:59

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Should be a CW at least. – Dair Sep 1 '10 at 5:48
This isn't a UI question - it's technical. You might want to post it at StackOverflow instead of here, or consider changing the question so that it relates to UI design. – Rahul Sep 1 '10 at 7:24
What do you mean by "framework"? Like Less.js ( – jensgram Sep 1 '10 at 7:50
I think this one's pretty clearly off topic for UI. Agree that Stack Overflow is a better fit. – Patrick McElhaney Sep 1 '10 at 13:12

No. I prefer to keep the browsers default CSS.

Browsers have their defaults and their users have come accustomed to that. Don't change that.

I think (but maybe that is my limited view of CSS frameworks) that it is better to just change the things you really need to change, instead of making sure that every pixel is correct and also the same in every browser. I think it is unnecessary to make things look pixel perfect in all browsers.

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Atatonic is one I have been thinking of using (even though I prefer to not use one).

I like how everything aligns in that framework. See their demo. They say:

This framework has it's main focus on typography. Vertical rhythm is one of the most important things in design.

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I don't.

I find that if you write good Html and Css it works well across browsers and there is no need for the extra bloat a css framework gives.

That said the 960 grid system is nice framework if you do want to go that way.

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