I hate dropdowns. They’re largely unwieldy and rarely better suited than an
input field assisted with some sort of text suggestion plugin like Lea Verou’s amazing Awesomplete. Click through to see what happens when a dropdown runs amok on a shopping site.
Up until very recently, I’ve been building websites using manual methods, or at the very least, using tools that locked me into a single developer’s update schedule. This worked well at first, but I’ve been gradually learning to expand my horizons, and Yeoman is just the beginning.
So hey, looks like I made another version of my website. I could have rebuilt the existing site, but there's something to be said for making a new website using more current technologies.