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I have been separating my CSS documents based upon it's function since around 2004. The reason I started doing it was to easily find what I needed and so classes didn't conflict with one another. I have not used Bootstrap or W3 yet. Typically, I have a structure.css (container), a main.css for the main content including HTML controls, grid, calendar, nav, foot, and head.css. Then I'll import another for a certain page if needed.

So the way you're using skelton.css layout and skins.css for coloring is the way I do it. I cannot say that is best practice with Bootstrap and others out there, but I have more control and I know what I code. And since I know what I code, it is easier to modify, since I don't have to learn anyone else's framework.
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