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    Next step to css/css3


    Is it SASS, LESS or should i just learn "bootstrap" and not SASS/LESS?

    Basically i have been doing pure CSS/CSS3 and am hoping to learn but not sure which comes first?
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    I use neither Bootstrap nor a CSS preprocessor.

    The first because I prefer to write all styles myself (that aren't provided for jQuery plugins) and the latter because I doubt I'd find it useful enough to be worth the trouble.

    If you would like to learn to use a CSS preprocessor, then go ahead. However, I'd be surprised if you or anyone else (including myself) knows all there is to know about CSS3.
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    cheers. yeah but its a bit like saying dont use Jquery because you still havent learnt all of the basic Javascript. I just want to progress and if there are so many wonderful "extensions" then why bother with pure css?

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