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Easy Way You Can Create Your Own CSS Framework.

The truth is that it is possible to create your own CSS Framework if you have knowledge of CSS but it doesn’t mean that you must have much knowledge of Cascading Stylesheet (CSS) before you create your own CSS Framework.

Yes, You can create your own CSS Framework.

Maybe you have been using other Open Source CSS Framework to develop a website and you will agree with me that it makes the development of your project faster and easier?

Creating a CSS framework is a good idea and decision to make because it will make your project easier and simple while you develop a website.

Below are steps you can create a CSS Framework of your own.

How to Create a CSS Framework?

Creating a CSS Framework is a step by step project to handle and if you go it in the right way then it will be very easy to accomplish this project of creating your own CSS Framework.

1. Planning Your Project.

The first step is to plan your project because planning is one of the core things to do before any other thing.

I expect you to plan what you want this CSS Framework project to accomplish on a website and what will make it exceptional from other Open Source CSS Framework.

You should think and plan your project in a way that it will make work easier for developer while its been use on a project.

2. Determining and Defining Your CSS Classes.

Now after you have finished planning your project the next step you need to take is to determine and define your CSS classes and these classes will the backbone of your CSS Framework.

Note that the way you define CSS class on the CSS file is not the way you apply it on the HTML or PHP file.

For instance, in CSS file you define title class like this “.title” and you apply it on the HTML or PHP file like this “title“. The only difference is that the class must come with dot “.” before the class name which is “.classname“.

For example, tet us define classes for Dark Background, White Background, Titles, Sub Titles, Dark Buttons, White Buttons etc.

For example, let us define a some classes below.

  • Dark Background = dark-background
  • White Background = white-background
  • Title = title
  • Sub Title = sub-title
  • Dark Button = dark-btn
  • White Button = white-btn

We are going to use the above-defined classes to finish up our examples below.

3. Styling the Classes on the CSS file

After you have finished defining and naming your classes then you moved forward to to style the classes on the CSS file.

for example we are going to style the Dark Background Class

  background-color: black;
  color: white;

Note that the .dark-background class has a black background color and a white text color.

So this is how you can style all your defined classes to your own choice and purpose.

With this post you can create a CSS framework of your choice.

Thanks for reading.

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