I recall coming back to some old code I'd written for a personal site (actually, my mom's small-business website) and I had used some CSS framework and realized that the worst part of coming back to this was re-learning all the dependencies. I stripped it down and it is now sooo much easier to dip into for a small adjustment.
Nice!!! Sometimes, frameworks make stylesheets less maintainable. And in many cases, we might not even need them. CSS has improved so much that a lot of things we relied on these frameworks for can easily be implemented with pure CSS.
Yup, I complain about over engineering constantly. I swear it's because I'm not lazy... there is a saying about lazy programmers.
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