Posts Tagged ‘web’

CSS Frameworks

I just found out about BluePrintCSS, a CSS framework. Interesting idea. CSS purists might not like this because it breaks the ideal of clean separation of form and content, but I’ve yet to really see people adhere to the ideal in practice. At my day-job, I have already started to introduce the use of JQuery in my projects, so that my developers can hopefully write more maintainable javascript. Perhaps this might be a way to get them to build nice-looking websites quickly. At least I might free them from having to struggle with convoluted table layouts, and horrible CSS styling (I’m not referring to visual aesthetics here) created by so-called “web designers” armed with Dreamweaver – a dangerous combination if you ask me.


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