I'm quite fond of utility-first CSS frameworks like Tailwind CSS at the moment. It takes a bit of adjustment, but makes styling and adjusting your HTML so much quicker and easier.
That's a troll right? Please tell me you're trolling. And that Tailwind CSS is a huge troll. 1755 commits sure is a lot of effort put into trolling.
HAHA the original post did read a bit funny to me at first.
I'm being serious. I decided to jump in about 6 months ago and it totally changed how I write and manage my CSS. Seriously, don't knock it until you try it! The 1755 commits aren't there for fun, it's a great tool.
I was hesitant at first like you and thought it looked absurd, but I would choose utility-first CSS frameworks every time now.
It provides the ease of Bootstrap, but you can tailor it to your unique design and needs.
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