Chapter 4. Frameworks and Integration

When working on high-traffic websites, we want to achieve the highest possible level of efficiency and maintainability. This, in terms of CSS, means our style sheets should be flexible, robust, and as small as possible.

There are tools that we can use and directives we can follow in working toward these goals. Any seasoned developer will know that starting from scratch any time he needs to build something is usually a waste of time and resources. This is truer when working in contained teams and organizations that tend to work on projects that already have (or should have) their foundations defined.

In previous chapters, we mentioned that it is important to have guidelines in place in order to homogenize your ...

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