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  Re: Request for testing: (mod 1/1)
by Will Backman ( on Fri Jul 7 19:12:14 2017 (GMT)
  > > > ... I personally like Skeleton, which is as the name implies intended to be as bare bones as possible, ...
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> > The Skeleton framework has too many calls to google for my tastes.
> you even know what I'm talking about? It's CSS, and self contained. There are no references to google except for one in the *example* index.html.
> Feel free to actually go look at it yourself, if you prefer.

I had the same first impression after looking at the example. Jquery and calls to google. Thanks for straightening me out. I'll have to give it a closer look.

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