Eric Not sure whether to use Bootstrap or not, I hate starting from scratch but frameworks become such a burden so quickly.
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Luna I've tried so many times to get away from Bootstrap but I just keep going back. It's too well done, too complete.
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Josh Sharp I start with bootstrap for every project now. Definitely agree on the grids, that and navigation cover most of my usage. If you start with the less or sass versions you could pick and choose the parts you want.
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John Olinda I've been very pleased with it, especially because it makes it easy to do grids.
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Mark Dain I'm using bootstrap at work to take a several year old web app responsive. I've found 80% of our CSS can safely be thrown out as Bootstrap offers far nicer looking controls, often using similarly named classes. For example, we have an alert class. After throwing out our CSS, suddenly the alerts look nicer. Some HTML has had to be rewritten but I find it's clean and should we want to move from Bootstrap, we're using better code than tables in tables so the transition would still be easier I think, although it would be years until we need to make a massive rewrite of the front end again.
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