Top CSS frameworks worth considering

A CSS framework is a library allowing for easier, more standards-compliant web design using the Cascading Style Sheets language. Most of these frameworks contain at least a grid. More functional frameworks also come with more features and additional JavaScript based functions, but are mostly design oriented and focused around interactive UI patterns. (Wikipedia)

Here are the best CSS frameworks you should use on your next project!

#1 - Materialize CSS
This is one of my favorite frameworks, because the end result is amazing! It’s almost similar to bootstrap, with helper classes too

#2 - Bootstrap
Yep. The most common framework, but it’s really good

#3 - MDL
It’s similar to Materialize, with a few features less


Consider using material.io instead (by Google!)

#4 - Tailwind CSS
It’s similar to bootstrap, but it has a wide variety of helper classes


Consider using Tailwind UI too

#5 - Material Design Pro (MDP)
It’s a interesting CSS framework I made.
It has lots of helper classes, similar to Materialize, but with more features

#6 - Bulma CSS
Similar to bootstrap

Thank you for taking your time, and I hope you consider trying one of these in the future!

Check out my website at: https://manuthecoder.github.io/

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Good list. My site - https://jnote.ml is built with Bootstrap 4 (BS 5 is still beta)

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r u sure

A list of CSS frameworks without Foundation which is the best and Yahoo’s Pure CSS which is the best of the light ones, is not a list! :stuck_out_tongue:

Used Twitter’s Bootstrap for a while and got tired of it’s size. Too big for somebody who wants a fast website.
Moved to Pure CSS and used it for some years. Not exactly Pure CSS but a tweaked version I made based on it. Loved it. So light that I always included it in the start of my CSS file instead of having it in a separate file.

I don’t use CSS frameworks anymore but, if I still used them, I’d go to Pure CSS again.

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