I thought nobody actually use directly CSS instead using a framework that hiddes it for real applications.

I thought it until meet my frontend coworker. He not only uses it, also understand it.

Admiration has born inside me.

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    I use it all the time in Wordpress. Had to use it the other day in a sub theme to change some of the default fonts to a different font.
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    I love CSS, Framework or not doesn't matter ;D
    Now I feel special for knowing it
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    I usually use plain css but we did use scss at work.

    Its really not that complex once you understand its place in the rendering.

    Or until you dig into the really complex stuff ;)
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    CSS frameworks often get in the way. I find myself fighting against them much more than they help me, so I generally just write all of my own styles. Fewer collisions and specificity issues that way.
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    One should not use a framework before they understand the core.

    Frameworks can get in the way, or start misbehaving on edge cases, it is someone else's code right....

    Frameworks add abstraction not simplicity when you have to fight with them or override them.
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    What? CSS is fucking easy.
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    @M1sf3t call me crazy, but you're missing a few ++ ๐Ÿคจ

    And yes abstraction only gets worse the further away you get.
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    @M1sf3t one day... one day I'll break 45k ๐Ÿ˜”
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    @M1sf3t about 400, enough to notice ๐Ÿ˜
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    Wait, are we getting to the point where people actually think css is no longer written by framework devs? Huh... Next thing you'll tell me that react devs don't write javascript
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