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Curious about users' css workflow using Framework Builder

Thread began 6/29/2011 2:15 am by MikeyT | Last modified 7/01/2011 4:21 pm by MikeyT | 1006 views | 3 replies


Curious about users' css workflow using Framework Builder

I'm really liking this extension - used it to build site templates for two separate projects this past month and I think I'm sold on the speed and flexibility it enables.

What I am curious about is other user's css workflow when building the separate php plug-in pages. Inside each plug-in page I've been linking a dedicated style sheet - header has it own, footer has its own, modules, widgets, so on and so forth. Then inside my main page that's populated with plug-ins, I'll have my reset, master, and any IE conditional style sheets.

I'm wondering if there's any benefit to consolidating my separate plug-in related style sheets into the master.css file. I haven't run into any cascading or specificity issues the way I've been doing it. And while using CS5.5, all related files are showing up when I'm in the main page so I have easy access to edit any plug-in or its specific style sheet. I was working in CS5 earlier today and I swore they weren't all showing up the same way.

Anyway, just curious.

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