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Not all developers love cascading style sheets (CSS), but almost all modern websites employ them to help achieve the visual beauty and functionality users have come to expect. Whether you love CSS or hate it, a good CSS framework can help you achieve a modern, interactive site design with less time and hassle than writing all the code yourself. There are many CSS frameworks available. The best one for you depends on your needs. A good place to start when choosing the best framework for your project is to compare the attributes of some top CSS frameworks.

Bulma

Top features of the Bulma framework include modularity, a variety of built-in components, and compatibility with all major browsers. The framework has received frequent updates and bug fixes, so it is always getting better. It was designed to be a mobile-first platform, meaning you can design your site once, instead of having to code a different version for different devices.

Bootstrap

PaperCSS

Foundation

Spectre.CSS

Semantic UI

Ulkit

Tailwind

Materialize CSS

MUI

NES.css

Whatever your design needs are, there’s a CSS framework out there that can help you achieve them. Matching up the features of one of these top frameworks to the needs of your project should help you on your way to choosing the right CSS framework for your project.

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Ruhani Rabin being a tech and product evangelist for almost 20 years. He was VP, CPO for various digital companies. Plays with Drones in his free time.

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Ruhani Rabin

Ruhani Rabin being a tech and product evangelist for almost 20 years. He was VP, CPO for various digital companies. Plays with Drones in his free time.