Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Seeders, Jun 12, 2008.
I really wonder how much time using a CSS framework would save...
eh, i dont know about you, but working for hours on a good layout that works in firefox, only to switch over and find that its totally fucked in IE makes my brain hurt.
saw this a while back but havent started a new project in ages..anyone use it?
I don't usually have compatibility issues that much anymore.
well aren't you quite the master.
he is the king..
I've been using this more or less since it came out and it's been very beneficial to me and my work.
me neither, when there is an issue, I usually recognize the problem and fix it quickly.
i've used it for a few projects. it was originally developed to be used in-house for the creator's work projects. forgot who it was but it was on boagworld's podcast.
it's actually really good getting out fast and quick layouts for those small projects, but i've found myself having to learn the whole naming convention that blueprint uses. the inline css is an issue for me too. i like to keep my code clean.
if you have the time to memorize the framework and don't rely on it heavily for every project, i guess it's good. nothing too special about it. i'll just stick to my standard coding though.
I've tried using blueprint and others, but I feel like I'm maintaining someone else's code. I've had better luck taking the time to plan out the project and work out a decent wireframe before jumping in.
I'm working on a new startup with 4 others and we're using Blueprint as the CSS framework. FTW.
anybody check this out? http://960.gs/
nope but looks kinda interesting
I'll give it a try on my next project.