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Bootstrap or Advanced CSS ??

Recently I am learning Bootstrap "properly" , at first i feel quite excited but as time goes its give me headache to remember too many classes and all other stuff... After some days i fell isn't it better to learn Advanced CSS rather than put all classes on brain.. Really its buggy for me.. what do think about it?? here some awesome web designer present who have better answer .. i am waiting for it.. thanks in advance ☺

9/22/2018 4:36:28 PM

Scooby

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I don't think bootstrap's worth it. I used to use it but now I try to avoid it because I prefer to do everything myself. But when I need bootstrap it's really easy to just look from its documentation. Don’t waste your time one it. No professional developer would use bootstrap.

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thanks everybody for giving valuable comment .. i'll walking on as advise ☺

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Scooby I think you would be more comfortable with advanced css but later on learn to blend the two as you grow in experience... You are talented so use your skillfulness to guide you.

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Have you considered Materialise? It gives great results, is simple and intuitive and seems to be adaptable when you need it to be.

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that same reason i was starting to learn Bootstrap ☺ Raj Chhatrala

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Never used Bootstrap but will support CSS since I enjoy it much and seems like Bootstrap is a bit tough to remember reading your question 😅

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if you want to be senior frontend developer learning Advanced css is better otherwise bootstrap is better. Please don't memorize classes instead you can google when you need special functionality.

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i will suggest advanced CSS if you are not lazy. it increases loading speed of website. but if you are lazy like me. learn bootstrap, that's what i did.

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Master in CSS, you could build Bootstrap components your own. Here a bootstrap component built by CSS alone. https://code.sololearn.com/Wc9xlP68I822/?ref=app

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I personally like advanced css😉😉😉

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Scooby I am no expert but I enjoy CSS3, I learned the flex box and new filters and animations. They are pretty awesome. You should try them out. Once you get the hang of it you wouldn't want to use booring frameworks.(At least it seems to me)

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$hardul Birje bootstrap is a bit tougher but imo not tough as rough. Getting familiar imo is the toughest part.

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Advanced CSS

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it is really worth the time spent to learn bootstrap. One of my websites was recently picked up by Google to be displayed in their results for their mobile search. A website has to consistently display well. on the phone or users will simply not enjoy the experience. it does take time to learn but i am happy i went down that path.

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Bootstrap definitely saves a lot of time since most of the classes are already there and we may need to do only minor style changes. You can even customize the framework before downloading. Personally I prefer bootstrap over css

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You should go for advance css. because if you are using the bootstrap or any other framework and you have don't have knowledge what is the code to do that then you haven't learned anything. the frameworks are only used to save time. if you want to learn then go for advance.

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dont even bother learning bootstrap. it is as unpalletable as php. if you must learn a similar framework to bootstrap, it is better to learn semanti ui.

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Advanced CSS html is markup same as bootstrap and is not used for styling

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correction H4CK3R😺😺C4t😺😺 it is used for styling http://getbootstrap.com