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This is one of the reasons preprocessors are gaining popularity. You can use a minimal number of classes but not end up with a huge CSS file. But if you’re not able to use one then I’d just be sensible about the number of classes used, like the guys above said; helper classes are very useful but don’t take it to the extreme and start adding classes for every attribute. It’s better for the 1 CSS file to be larger rather than for many HTML files to be bloated.