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I’m a front end developer and I was wondering how others going about supplying multiple instances of a page, and the best way to keep your code base clean.
When you start designing a page in a single instance, its great, easy to change because there is only one of everything and its easy to manage and look at. However, then you have to supply all the other instances of a page. In my example its a competition, so there are instances of entered, not entered, private, public ect…
At the moment I am using Jekyll if statements for all the scenario’s but it’s far from perfect. You could just as easy create one instance of a page and then create .PDF’s of all the other scenario’s to supply to the developers.
Would love you hear how you guys work.