Alexander is a freelance web designer, author and recreational software developer specializing in web standards, accessibility and UX design. As well as running a business HiTechy and writing, he spends time in Twitter, SitePoint's forums and other places, helping those in need.
We know opinions on the use of CSS frameworks are strong, to say the least. That said, there’s a lot to learn from the way these frameworks are structured. By studying frameworks, we can make our CSS more portable and reusable without sacrificing flexibility. In this article, SitePoint forums regular Alex Dawson walks us through the key points we can take away from a study of the main CSS frameworks.