My company needs me to learn how to create static websites. Now, I have a basic understanding of HTML/CSS and some JQuery, but it’s not enough to create a full site (I might be able to if you give me several months LOL).
So far, I’ve used Webflow for very small personal sites, that’s all.
Is the code that Webflow generates good enough to be used as a final site? Can I tell my boss confidently that the WF site is ready to be sent to the client? We’re not creating NASA-life-or-death kind of thing, just normal websites for corporations.
After I’ve used WF to create the site, is it a good idea to pass to front-end devs in my company and get them to optimize the code? Can the code be optimized easily or will it actually be easier/faster for them to code everything from scratch?
After I’ve used WF to create the site, how easy is it to code it to tie it to a Wordpress-powered CMS? Not WF’s own CMS, though.
Can WF be used as a learning tool to help me learn HTML/CSS faster?
Of course, I’m still learning HTML/CSS/JQuery but in the meantime, the company has no time to wait for that since come on, it’ll take years to be good at those and they need to see magic by next week.
I’m particularly interested to hear from any front-end devs here or people who’re working/worked in web design agencies using WF.