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Frenki
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Do you have your own html/css framework or you use one of open source such as bootstrap, skeleton, 960gs etc..? If your theme is made using bootstrap, does it help in sales ?

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dSKY
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Bootstrap is very familiar to a large number of developers, so it doesn’t hurt.

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ImanGM
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Bootstrap is very familiar to a large number of developers, so it doesn’t hurt.

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pixelgrade
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Inuit.css

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94themes
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UIkit, a brilliant alternative to Bootstrap: getuikit.com :)

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subsolar
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Bootstrap here too :)

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davidossahdez
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I just use my own. Although Bootstrap is awesome, I find very annoying the fact that you have to overwrite every single element again in your style sheets to match your theme. I followed this guide and included a couple more rules to make my own framework: http://www.adamkaplan.me/grid

Now I have a blazing fast grid who has almost the same functionality and is only 0.48kb gzipped

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Frenki
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David, I agree, I also created my own because for boostrap you need to overwrite every single element. Does anyone have solution for this ? Unless you are using just its grid system.

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uziiuzair
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I just use my own. Although Bootstrap is awesome, I find very annoying the fact that you have to overwrite every single element again in your style sheets to match your theme. I followed this guide and included a couple more rules to make my own framework: http://www.adamkaplan.me/grid Now I have a blazing fast grid who has almost the same functionality and is only 0.48kb gzipped

I have no idea how to thank you for that link! I hope saying Thanks is enough? :p

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CloudEight
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I used to use Bootstrap or Skeleton, depending on the type of project I was working on. But over time I found that I was constantly adjusting bits to suit how I structured my sites and coded so I ended up creating my own the last few weeks.

Backbone Responsive Framework

It may not help or benefit anyone else, but it includes some base plugins I regularly use including all the plugins I’ve created such as an animation pack, responsive tabs, simple accordion/toggle etc. It’s relatively easy to use in my eyes and core design values can be changed in the ‘backbone-vars.less’ file. Which I find really helps me when getting a project started.

The demo page is pretty poor at the second, but it just gives you an overview on how to get started.

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