Does anyone know any good resource for web programming with a handmade mindset.
The thing about Handmade web is you have to do things the long, boring, slow, hard way at first, which is counterintuitive to like 99% of the business space in web. Generally, web companies seem to want to throw stuff up fast and do it with at least work as possible. This is why you see so many frameworks popping up and this is also why it's almost non-existent anymore to see a webpage which doesn't utilize a framework. Not that this does not mean
Also, you will hear about stuff like Twitter Bootstrap and making responsive sites. Know that you can also do this all yourself in CSS quite easily. You just make your widths and heights based off of percentages rather than hard numbers so that they adjust to devices/screen sizes. John_Uskglass posted a great link to get you started.