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Adaptive Blog Theme: Basic Styles

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Having built the majority of our HTML markup, let's now turn our attention to styling it. We'll begin by looking at our LESS reset file, then we'll grab Twitter's Bootstrap grid CSS, after which we can get slicing our original Photoshop files.


Less, Bootstrap and Slicing our PSD


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