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Discussion on: Inviting frontend devs to FluidCSS!

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Youri Wijnands • Edited

This is literally fixed by PurgeCSS already.

It'll let you use any CSS framework you like and when you generate a production build it'll remove all the things you didn't use.

It's even built into TailwindCSS: tailwindcss.com/docs/controlling-f...

Edit: I'm not saying you shouldn't create a new CSS framework. If you have a good reason/idea you should. I'm just not sure what the direction is for this project. If it's only about file size PurgeCSS is the solution.

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Nikhil M Warrier Author

It's not about file size. It's about convenience and customisation, though file size is a factor...