You don’t buy a car just to cross the street every day. You don’t use a blowtorch to light a match. There are appropriate tools for all tasks, and WordPress is no longer suitable for the most basic of websites.
I’m working through Wes Bos’s Sublime Text Power User course, because I know I’m not using that to its full potential.
As part of that, I’ve start to change the keyboard command bindings so they work better for me, and fix a few duplicate bindings I’ve found.
Ethan Marcotte discussed the depressing results of a recent survey by WebAIM of the top one million home pages and their accessibility. This is important, because in time this may well affect you and I.
I used Kirby a few years back for a small website project, and really enjoyed it. Very customisable, and fewer hoops to jump through compared to WordPress. Not free, however. But few PHP static generators out there. Does PHP have that bad a rap?