Have you guys ever thought about learning to code so that you have more flexibility and don't have to rely on other people and risk not getting exactly what you want, or not having to hire people for the most minor of changes? Or perhaps even to work with APIs, create simple bots etc, and don't want to tell others your secrets just so they can code it? I'm currently working on a few authority sites and I'm really limited by the nonexistant inbuilt flexibility provided by wordpress. I need Pages which list posts from a specific category in them and well, I can't do that. You can't put widgets in the middle of pages. Plus, I want to implement Schema, and while I can work with it myself, the writers I hired for this site will find it difficult to implement it manually and I won't have the time to add that quantity of content myself. Plus, the inbuilt editor removes the schema out of your posts/pages if using the Visual mode, which is what I think they will prefer using. Sucks aye? So I was planning on learning wordpress completely, properly. Become a wordpress rockstar, so to say. I'll learn how to make templates in Bootstrap, and convert those html templates to wordpress themes, so that I can have a lot more flexibility with the authority sites that I create. Plus, learn PHP and creating plugins and be able to completely hack wordpress. I do have a minor background in coding however, and was planning on learning Python and Django soon. So I'm a bit confused. Should I learn Bootstrap+HTML->Wordpress conversion, or learn Python+Django first and use that? =/ What do you guys do for your authority websites? I don't like blog-style websites for my auth sites, I like pages and deeplinking, but that doesn't work the way I'd like it to work.