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rayoflightt says

I would change the wording from “Compatible With” to “CSS Framework Used”, add zurb.Foundation, Skeleton CSS , Bootstrap, etc and ditch the version numbers.

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I don’t understand why would only one framework be mentioned when there are several others that authors here use as well.

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WillHerring Envato team says


I would change the wording from “Compatible With” to “CSS Framework Used”, add zurb.Foundation, Skeleton CSS , Bootstrap, etc and ditch the version numbers.

+1

I don’t understand why would only one framework be mentioned when there are several others that authors here use as well.

Hi Rayoflight,

The events that lead to this post caused me to turn on my tunnel vision. Simple human error. If you read my response to Ivor’s idea, you’ll see that his input was helpful in helping me see the bigger picture. Responses like his is why we should all ask for feedback. If you have any suggestions on how best to handle frameworks, please share it. And any feedback on the solutions mentioned here will be welcomed.

Thanks, Will

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rayoflightt says

Hi Will,

I apologize for my uncompleted answer. I want to say that I totally agree with Ivor’s idea. There should be option “css framework used” and menu with most used frameworks to choose from like: Bootstrap, Foundation, Skeleton… with version number. In that menu could be listed also: “no css framework” or even “custom css framework” because some authors have their own frameworks. I would also add possibility if other css framework is used that isn’t mentioned in menu, it should be added in (there could be empty field for that for example).

This section shouldn’t have to be possible to change without reviewing so it has to be moved in part of “edit” field in item dashboard that goes to reviewing before it is changed. There isn’t even a reason for this info to be updated except if whole item is changed but in that case it goes in reviewing process anyway.

I hope my suggestion is helpful.

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WillHerring Envato team says

Hi Will,

I apologize for my uncompleted answer. I want to say that I totally agree with Ivor’s idea. There should be option “css framework used” and menu with most used frameworks to choose from like: Bootstrap, Foundation, Skeleton… with version number. In that menu could be listed also: “no css framework” or even “custom css framework” because some authors have their own frameworks. I would also add possibility if other css framework is used that isn’t mentioned in menu, it should be added in (there could be empty field for that for example).

This section shouldn’t have to be possible to change without reviewing so it has to be moved in part of “edit” field in item dashboard that goes to reviewing before it is changed. There isn’t even a reason for this info to be updated except if whole item is changed but in that case it goes in reviewing process anyway.

I hope my suggestion is helpful.

This is good stuff. Thanks for the feedback :)

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