Customizing the HTML output usually comes next when tweaking the template and making it suitable for your project and this is also one of the strengths when it comes to using T3.
Over time when you're building your websites for clients or for a template club, you will be designing certain elements that you will be using over and over again. Elements such as header areas, footer area that always contain between 4-5 module positions, certain style of mobile headers and so forth. All of these elements can be reused over and over again.
If you were to compile all of these blocks of code into one massive template, you will have the holy grail of templates that will do everything under the sun. Some of you that are reading this might thing, great, extra overhead and bloat which is true if you were to use everything, but if most cases you may only be using 2-3 different block types out of the suite of 30 that you may have accumulated over the years of developing on the framework or have collected from other templates and projects. So if you're only pulling in just 3 block areas out of our collection of blocks then you're not creating all of that unnecessary overhead or bloat. You're just pulling n the elements that you need, read for customisation.
Can you see the appeal of T3?
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