Which CSS framework for responsive is better? Need your suggestion

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I’m looking for an easy using CSS framework for resposive layout, but I don’t know much about it, so I need your suggestions, I know bootstrap, 960 Grid, Skeleton and Golden Grid System, which one is better? Thanks!!!

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manuelvega
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more popular lately is bootstrap & have a good features , if not i prefer skeleton.

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I just bought Clinto and I get the missing css file, I downloaded bootstrap and it still does not work, i am installing on word press.This is the second attemp in two days to install a theme that doesnt work…ellen

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egemenerd
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I like this one, it is simple and useful; http://daneden.me/toast/

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moutheme
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Go with Bootstrap, it becoming industry standard. Also, its offer much more than other libraries I know and mostly customizable and configurable from all of them. And you can get from it only parts you need.

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Thanks all your suggestions, I think I will decide to learn bootstrap, :)

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Go with Bootstrap, it becoming industry standard. Also, its offer much more than other libraries I know and mostly customizable and configurable from all of them. And you can get from it only parts you need.

Saying bootstrap is becoming “industry standard” is a big thing to say. Just like any other framework, it is not and never will be “industry standard”.

@badjohnny If you just want a framework for it’s responsiveness you only need like 1 % of a complete framework like bootstrap. But if you also need a complete set of components you use the whole framework.

But be careful, like mentioned somewhere here before: It’s ugly to instantly see that a website is build on bootstrap because it uses exactly the same standard buttons and other things from it. Just a tip :)

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Go with Bootstrap, it becoming industry standard. Also, its offer much more than other libraries I know and mostly customizable and configurable from all of them. And you can get from it only parts you need.

Saying bootstrap is becoming “industry standard” is a big thing to say. Just like any other framework, it is not and never will be “industry standard”.

@badjohnny If you just want a framework for it’s responsiveness you only need like 1 % of a complete framework like bootstrap. But if you also need a complete set of components you use the whole framework.

But be careful, like mentioned somewhere here before: It’s ugly to instantly see that a website is build on bootstrap because it uses exactly the same standard buttons and other things from it. Just a tip :)

Hi, well,thanks for your tip, and is there any framework I can use only for resposiveness?

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Vasterad
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I’d recommend http://www.getskeleton.com/ I love it for simplicity. :P

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Hi, well,thanks for your tip, and is there any framework I can use only for resposiveness?

Skeleton will be the best choice as Vasterad said .

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