YUI Grids vs Blueprint (CSS Frameworks)

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  1. @Anthony – Thanks for the link to CSScaffold. I’m not quite sure about adding php to my css workflow, but I’m always up for new things. I’ve downloaded it and will check it out.

    @Pat – I have seen the YUI Grids Builder, which is another reason I’m still looking at it.

    I should probably use each one in a separate project… it’ll be more work getting to know them, but perhaps worth the effort in the long run.

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  2. I never did find a photoshop template for YUI.

    This was an issue for me in some respects, but ultimately I ended up going with Blueprint for (what I perceived as) its flexibility.

    For the most part, I’ve actually given up on using grids as most of the layouts I create are not complex enough to warrant them. I’ve updated the article to reflect both of these things.

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  3. Michel

    I’ve tried YUI and I wasn’t really impressed with the ease of breaking the design. I’ve been trying BluePrint for a day now and it really made things easy. This product is working for me because it’s flexible and the layout will do what I want it to do.

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  4. I have been using a tool for forming BluePrint tempaltes called Boks.
    Official statement:
    “Boks is an AIR application (so it works on Windows, Mac and Linux) that provides a User Interface for Blueprint CSS’s framework. It’s been designed for those who think the Grid System is good but never really took the time to give it love.”

    here is the URI:
    http://toki-woki.net/p/Boks/

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