I came across the question:
It has an answer, that doesn't review the code at all. It only comments:
[…] I can tell you there is not many things you can really cut in order to make the code more tidy without resorting to frameworks. Inevitably as this is a static website you will have duplication especially if you want to have those auto-prefixes.
The rest of the answer looks biased to me. It gives tips regarding the design/look and in the broadest sense about the UX of the website. But it doesn't address the actual code at all.
As the answer has some upvotes already, my question is:
Is an answer not discussing the code at all on-topic?
I've read "Can you have an answer without any code in the question?", but it seems like a different problem. Unfortunately I don't have enough reputation to see the actual discussed question.
My intention is not to have any sort of meta-effect on the question or answer.