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Avoiding the inlines

Yes, inline CSS and Javascript are bad and not elegant, but it’s quicker to build, ie no need to switch between the html and css files, furthermore for a site that the layout is somewhat not uniform, why would you want to declare a style in css file if the style is only applicable for an element of say a page?
Code readibility is quite bad actually for our framework (or at least on the projects that I did). Writing a readable codes do take longer time, in a project with a strict time constraint, the code correctness and keeping the project milestones are probably a priority. The best one can do is to improve the coding skills (and familiarity with the framework) so that good codes (and readable) can be produced in shorter time.