I am building a site for a friends business and will be relatively basic but will have a blog.
My plan was to use wordpress and the generatepress theme as it is so lightweight.
I want to avoid using a pagebuilder because I want to be comfortable building with the actual code. Also my understanding is pagebuilders can add bulky unused code that slows the site down.
I was leaning towards the w3.css framework because it is so lightweight and simple and I have used it once before.
Then I started to think that the only aspect that I really utilize is the media queries for responsive design. Having css classes that resize or hide the content to display on desktop vs tablet vs mobile.
So at that point I was wondering maybe the best bet is just to make my own framework? Because it will only include the elements needed for the site?
Any advice would be great. I don’t really know if this is the best approach to what I want to do, but the end goal is a lightweight website that I hand build as much as possible to keep it fast and so I can understand the HTML/CSS better.
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