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A CSS framework, also known as a web design framework is a pre-prepared library that is meant to allow for easier, more standards-compliant styling of a webpage using the Cascading Style Sheets language. Just like programming and scripting language libraries, CSS frameworks (usually packaged as external .css sheets inserted into the header) package a number of ready-made options for designing and outlaying a webpage.


[edit] Advantages

[edit] Criticism

  • Lack of flexibility outside the limitations of the framework
  • Bloated source code
  • Additional HTTP requests for multiple files
  • Lack of substantial additional features beyond what is already available with CSS

[edit] See also

[edit] Common CSS Frameworks

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