I'm sure it's all custom made. Pros like these won't use common bloatware like WP.
> @dreadknight > I'm sure it's all custom made. I figured it was custom, but platforms like Wordpress are used by a plethora of individuals and corporations.
I have a plugin in my Chrome browser that only shows jquery to be used around. I'm not trying to ditch Wordpress because it's somewhat nice / free / open source, but to be honest, it's rather garbage (since it's trying to be a common use CMS) and unsafe (since it's popular and versioned, when a exploit is found out, you need to upgrade ASAP or risk getting hacked, like it happened to my set-up that wasn't constantly back-ed up...). Basically by using WP you can increase your webhosting costs (if the case), while the muut devs are trying to go world wide and even made a pawnage Riot.js library which is super optimized for speed etc.
To put it basically, if you're a corporation using WP, you're not to be taken too seriously tech wise and you're throwing a lot of money out the window while risking ruining your public image when getting hacked (just a matter of time).
We also generate the site completely so it's 100% static generated and pushed to CDN so that it's all lightning fast.
This site is a good showcase how Muut can transform a completely static site to a dynamic one.
Even your blog uses static pages?
Why did you choose to use static pages for your blog? Was the infrequency of your postings a factor?