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kiziel says

I’d go for html framework, they’re far better.

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contempoinc says

I’ve never used a framework for WP or CSS , just because they normally always don’t fit the bill and you end up with all this extra stuff you don’t need.

I believe if you have a good grasp on what you are working with starting from scratch is just as fast as using a WP or CSS framework. But that’s just my opinion, to each his own.

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danharper says

I think using a WordPress framework is the best way to learn how to use it. Trying to figure out what everything does in a normal theme is near impossible for a beginner, but since the frameworks are cut to the bare-basics you have something to learn up from.

I used Starkers by Elliot Jay Stocks when starting out, and am really thankful for it. I’ve now made my sort-of own framework which I build off-of now, and will probably release it when I have time to clean it up a bit.

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