I'm working with a large enterprise application custom CMS. The content managers have some level of control of the HTML, but there are a number of elements that are created by the dev team for more advanced functionality (server interaction, etc). So for example the dev team may provide a
<view-cart></view-cart> custom element that gets the shoppers cart data, and generates a "snippet" of html.
We've been given the following goals from management:
- Make sites responsive out of the box.
- Make sites easy to set up.
My thoughts, given those instructions is to bring in a responsive framework. The lead content manager says no responsive framework, he wants them to do custom css for every site, but to me that goes against the laid out goals from management. Shouldn't we consider bringing in a responsive framework and doing custom css for things that the framework can't do?