Wednesday, 24 September 2008


Looking at CSS frameworks recently and the YUI Grids CSS in particular.

This seems to have come under some criticism for requiring non semantic markup, with class names such as yui-b.

Should be quite simple to write something to replace these classes with more semantic ones for a particular site. Sounds like a simple search and replace to me.

Does not deal with the need for lots of div's though, but I guess that is the price you pay for the flexibility offered by the framework.

Perhaps an alternative is a "framework" which does not try to produce a css file to handle all cases, but a framework generator which can produce you css based on a specification for the page..

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