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GadilDesign
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I wondered:

But to develop in HTML5 and CSS3 grid system which should I use? Grid960 or what?

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PaulWinslow
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I think tools like grid systems just fall on personal preference. It’s like asking which code editor to use.. ten people will give you ten different answers.

Just test a few and see which one you like best.

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christopherjon
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If you’re asking which grid system you should use, as pau1winslow said, it doesn’t make a difference. Whichever grid tickles your fancy.

If you’re developing using HTML5 and CSS3 and wondering if those have any relevance to which grid system you use, the answer is no.

A grid system is for easy measurement and dimensional wackiness.

I say “throw caution to the wind and go freestyle!” Don’t be imprisoned in a world of grids :)

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web_gab
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is there some special requirements for HTML5 and CSS3 in terms of grids? I don’t think so! So just use those that you used to use so far…

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My question was intended as a framework and / or grid used with HTML5 ?

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