There are tons of free bootstrap frameworks available online that almost has an identical look and feel of a WordPress site, but I’m very new to this therefore, the best approach is to go vanilla bootstrap—prepare the basic website building process in creating pagination, carousel thumbnails, grid view, dropdown menus, contact form, alert and whatnot. The blog is actually pretty light and simple and its architectural framework is independent from any future integrations to prevent errors if core modification is needed. Since the framework tends to give me everything, I make sure that it’s agile and lean in structure because I don’t want to create a full-pledge framework that I don’t even use, therefore creating a bloated website. Lastly, familiarized yourself with the specifications of HTML, CSS and JS. By the way, you
can’t integrate bootstrap with WordPress, you need a regular hosting package to use the framework.
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