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Ashley Ferenchak8,066 Points
This looks familiar
The idea of reusable classes that apply specific stylings to whatever they're applied to - isn't that basically what frameworks like Bootstrap and TailwindCSS were made for?
Though I suppose in this case, you have the freedom to define your own styling classes, which is nice.
Travis AlstrandTreehouse Teacher
You're correct, that's basically what those frameworks were created for, and correct again! It's nice to know how to do these things ourselves and specify exactly what we want if we're using a framework like that and can't find what we need in a certain situation.
I personally prefer to create my own CSS styles so I know exactly what I'm getting and exactly what it's named but a lot of people do prefer those frameworks