It is important to be able to impose on pure css without using frameworks?

Hi all !
Typeset a short time, little experience.
In that short time well enough to have mastered the technology of Twitter Bootstrap. In the layout the last layout feel that pure css to layout the template I have will not work ( and it's not agile, just by bootstrapping much easier to center, align, control elements ).
Question actually I have is this : do I need to take some time to learn to compile anything on pure css ? On upwork I saw several orders of the layout template without using any framework - such a lot of orders, or in most cases to the customer anyway, as the typeset page with pure css or bootstrap'e ?
Thank you very much.
July 2nd 19 at 17:13
5 answers
July 2nd 19 at 17:15
Yes, if You want to consider yourself a coder.

Using bootstrap, You basically just put classes and wrappers.
Be sure to understand what happens and why.
Framework, the preprocessor is a simple tool to speed up your work. The preprocessor also has the sense to know the job they have.

Knowing/applying just bootstrap, You just limit its field of activity and all.

Customers come in all sorts and those who give bootsrap (often just because they heard from someone that word and now pronounce it with aspiration) and those for whom it is strictly not needed.
July 2nd 19 at 17:17
Yes, necessarily and inevitably.
In contrast to some PHP, where it is hard to imagine any serious development without a framework, the designer, who only knows how to Bootstrap - a definite disabled.
July 2nd 19 at 17:19
You need to be able to impose as pure css (not even that, and with the help of preprocessors sass/less) and frameworks help, not a hindrance.
July 2nd 19 at 17:21
If you're a backend developer it is normal to impose only bootstrap.
This is not typesetting, and substitution classes obtained.
there are many lessons to be learned.
July 2nd 19 at 17:23
It is a necessity. After that we will go anywhere...

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