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I agree. I tend to shy away from large frameworks that are sort of "all in one". I prefer small tools that work well together, but can also be used on their own. For HTML5 I just use a simple CSS reset + graceful degradation when JavaScript is not available. If I "need" an HTML5 feature I make sure that there is JavaScript code to fall back on (but not a general framework) and that the whole thing still works if JavaScript is not available.



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