Looking at something like this, WordPress, which is built on the PHP, gives end users as well as custom designers a faster way to deliver a great product to the end user. Now I still like to take a basic markup in HTML, create a great front end then add the content like the Navbar and other cool features that are found in either Bootstrap or Foundation. Toss in the PHP scripting to bring out a great design structure.
So now after my first year I have been getting more into using the PHP frameworks like CakePHP, YII2 and Laravel. While each have their own methodologies as to how or place the structures within the content, I find that Cake and Laravel are the easiest to get a full application up and running within the shortest amount of time. So while I have been playing around with the PHP frameworks I have been working in Ruby on Rails and it’s CRUD functions as well.