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PROBLEM Everybody gone with WordPress!
#1
Everybody has gone with WordPress!

DO you think so?
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#2
Ehh.. No, I don't think so. I don't think GS users specifically moved away to Wordpress. That makes no sense. People started using GS because of a specific need. They don't find that in Wordpress.
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#3
What do you think about this CMS in conjunction with WordPress??
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#4
Conjunction? How or why?
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(2018-02-25, 06:08:32)datiswous Wrote: Ehh.. No, I don't think so. I don't think GS users specifically moved away to Wordpress. That makes no sense. People started using GS because of a specific need. They don't find that in Wordpress.

Totally agree, we use drupal or getsimple, depends on target.
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#6
Well, theres a bit true in that, Wordpress and Bootstrap kinda rules the web for now ;D. But, Get Simple dont need database and you can use any theme/template, just throw in few template tags Big Grin.
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#7
Soon from the Bootstrap everyone will switch to UIkit Smile.
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#8
https://getuikit.com/

hi, I am looking for a better css framework.
Is Uikit easy to use?

I don't like Bootstrap very much? What's "info, alert, success?"
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#9
Uikit is not simple, it is the best framework.
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#10
Hi Kazu2015,

Uikit and Bootstrap are mostly used by a pool of programmers who work together on a project.
This ensures that everybody on the project is working with the same code conformity.

Uikit and Bootstrap are both on the big size, unless you know how to recompile them
and only use the parts you need in a website.

For example here is the Bootstrap page where you can customize and compile Bootstrap
totally to your needs and leave all the rest out of it:

https://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.4/customize/


However if you are an independent programmer or a one man business or freelancer,
then you are totally free in choosing your own preferred css framework.

And yes there are 2 really really good ones:

1)  http://arnaudleray.github.io/pocketgrid/docs/
2)  https://github.com/mourner/dead-simple-grid

Both are super light and fast with:

a) truly fluid responsive
b) unlimited break points
c) unlimited columns
d) unlimited nesting
e) use your own class names
f) use it directly in html5 tags
g) use it in an already existing css framework

Here is a useful read:
https://dev.to/bitersen/case-against-pre...works--3jn

Keep up the good coding
F.
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#11
I think Bulma is a very popular new one: https://bulma.io/ (it's not a small one though)

I recently found Mustard UI, which I found interesting. https://mustard-ui.com/
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#12
(2019-03-29, 06:21:09)Felix Wrote: Hi Kazu2015,

Uikit and Bootstrap are mostly used by a pool of programmers who work together on a project.
This ensures that everybody on the project is working with the same code conformity.

Uikit and Bootstrap are both on the big size, unless you know how to recompile them
and only use the parts you need in a website.

For example here is the Bootstrap page where you can customize and compile Bootstrap
totally to your needs and leave all the rest out of it:

https://getbootstrap.com/docs/3.4/customize/


However if you are an independent programmer or a one man business or freelancer,
then you are totally free in choosing your own preferred css framework.

And yes there are 2 really really good ones:

1)  http://arnaudleray.github.io/pocketgrid/docs/
2)  https://github.com/mourner/dead-simple-grid

Both are super light and fast with:

a) truly fluid responsive
b) unlimited break points
c) unlimited columns
d) unlimited nesting
e) use your own class names
f) use it directly in html5 tags
g) use it in an already existing css framework

Here is a useful read:
https://dev.to/bitersen/case-against-pre...works--3jn

Keep up the good coding
F.

Thanks Felix Blush
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#13
(2019-03-29, 10:00:51)datiswous Wrote: I think Bulma is a very popular new one: https://bulma.io/ (it's not a small one though)

I recently found Mustard UI, which I found interesting. https://mustard-ui.com/

How about Materialize? Big Grin Tongue Shy
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#14
Off course we can use pure cssSmile flexbox and grid is great toolSmile and maybe we can use jquery Smile Many people say jquery is bad and old but i love this libary.
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#15
(2018-02-25, 04:48:43)kazu2015 Wrote: Everybody has gone with WordPress!

DO you think so?

Yeah, for 2 years i fix wordpress website or migrate from wordpress to gs for my customer. Every new client is happy with no problem GS CMS, but still  there are those who only recognize wordpress. But why? I don't now. This must have good not cheap hosting, is very slow, and theme create for this is horrible ( but this know only developer ).
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