Yep! well done on noticing that @timelk mate
and the beauty of that horror of that whole learning thing, when you just want to get stuff done is
That YOU end up as the next best Web coding thing and …become a totally different and enhanced beast too
want to edit some horror. you missed on your site, but your on the road … so don’t have you apps, fine! you have learnt HOW to do something as you have just been forced to learn the latest greatest framework, say via Pinegrow, which. you now don’t have access too.
…well, Then just flip open Notepad, or Textedit , because you now UNDERSTAND all that gobbledegook… you can do stuff with yOUR BRAIN and whatever tools you have to hand because you UNDERSTAND.
You are NO LONGER… limited by your tools
Whatever they are.
Interfaces, yep, I will give you that, now THEY speed up/slow down processes and workflows dramatically, Pinegrow is just one tool in a workflow, we have had all sorts of discussions about that on here over the past
but once you have LEARNT a tool… to use to UNDERSTAND the code, -which is the Backbone, soul, essence of the ENTIRE THING you are trying to create,
You are free’d up baby!
So, use the tool of your choice (you have already learnt the Muse interface, I guess you didnt immediately create your dream sites in it WITHOUT first learning ITS interface)
To get stuff done, or to STUDY THE UNDERLYING … stuff!
if you never understand the underlying stuff, you are forever both enhanced and limited by your tool of choice.
If it cant do it, well, then neither can you.
Forever googling plugins, add ons, scripts, extensions, since you cant make them yourself and if no one else has made one, then you aint gonna have it.
Having said that, yep. PG is a different beast, it REALLY helps to go into it with SOME UNDERSTANDING of just HOW the whole Code things works - even if you don’t know the syntax of stuff,
Just how so then you will have some idea of WHERE to look for something as you now how it works and , well roughly where it should be. … with the added bonus of draggy droppy stuff and some frameworks . (bootstrap and foundation are built in.)
And as a disclaimer… I too struggle with stuff sometimes, forever forget where things are, mix up the styles panel with the FRAMEWORK styles panel, and forget syntax like it was my friends children,s birthdays!
SO, this is some encouragement to start wandering down that long path of … gulp… learning. When we have NO TIME for that. as I need to GET SOMETHING DONE… NOW!
in the end it pays off.
Makes note to self…now I REALLY NEED to learn more in order to GET STUFF DONE
(that’s for me , not you )
Finally, well done on getting it done in 15 minutes in Muse.
Now that is SUPERB! well impressed.
is it up somewhere for us to see?
I’d love to see it, even if you do get some code slagging for what comes out of Muse, but
excellent on doing it.
I love the idea. Even though you may well fall on your own sword, as @Printninja said with regards RESPONSIVENESS
You had a vision,
you have created it!
With WHATEVER TOOL.
now THAT is fab!