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kayapati says

Hi friends / buyers / clients

I would like to get feedback from the buyers/clients how you are flexible with css grid system ( 960grid and blue print etc. ) if we use it in our templates?

I hope grid system is better for both as our productivity will increase and it also flexible for buyers who are a bit familiar with html and css.

Can you tell me any difficulties you face with the template which were built using grid system?

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nedalm1 says

I think that client just want a 100% working web site and it don’t matters in what program on in which way did you coded the web site or designed it.

Cons: - if you use 960 grid system your width must bee 960px - if the client decides to change something in the code he will need to get to know the framework

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BroOf says
Cons: - if you use 960 grid system your width must bee 960px - if the client decides to change something in the code he will need to get to know the framework

I like grid frameworks but I don’t use a precoded like 960 or blueprint. Every Design gets his own little framework which fits to 100%.

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