We're back answering more of your questions, including: what are the rule son displaying email on a website? What resources do you recommend to bootstrap a website? When should I stray from conventions? If customers don't want to maintain it, should I still use a CMS? And what are the limits of static site generators?
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- 01:46 Send in your questions!
- 02:27 What are the rules on displaying your email on a website?
- 08:45 What resources do you recommend to bootstrap your website?
- 19:19 Sponsor: Discover.bot
- 20:53 What your thoughts are on when/why we stray from conventions?
- 29:18 If the customer has no desire to maintain the website themselves, do you still see a benefit of using a CMS?
- 33:48 Sponsor: Datadog
- 34:51 What are the limits of static site generators?
- 47:08 What should I do about mistakes made for clients in the past?
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