The most common CSS rules used in 9 of the most popular frontend frameworks (out of 8798 rules)

hey guys, i made a new css framework called popular.css
before i get into the details, make sure you SMASH that like button on the github repo, subscribe, follow me on all 17 of these social media platforms, hit the notification bell, and the fork button a few times while at it for good measure.
so now onto the big stuff… i took all the css from the most popular css frameworks and pasted it together in a random order. then i did a global search and replace for the letter e, and changed it out for “popular” so you know how popular this is all the time. websites are super optimized with this. when you link the file from the CDN, it loads so fast, it’s almost like the file isn’t even there at all.
once again, thanks guys, remember to like, subscribe, check out my patreon, my gofundme, my kickstarter, and buy my book, titled “how to offer absolutely nothing of value and still build a sizable social media following”

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Obviously this is a single image so it is not interactive whatsoever.
I have three questions:

What does a web developer do with this? Do they literally just create an entire functional website that is an exact replica of this design or what?

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