wp_nav_menu() displays a navigation menu created in the Appearance → Menus panel. This function allow the final users to add or remove links within menus without putting their hands in the code. Basics is build with four navigation menus: the first is located at the top left of the page, but it isn’t activated by default (you may not need it). The second display the main menu below the Slogan. The third and the fourth can be used as the first one, within the optional Widget Areas.
A Basics SEO for WordPress should make that the content you publish don’t vanish in the wwwild… so let’s garnish some meta tags for diner. Let’s deal first with the title tag and then see what the description in the belly. Continue reading
♥ Basics comes with a 940 pixels grid system which gather the best of three worlds: Blueprint CSS, 960.gs and The Simpler Grid. If you want to use it, just activate grid.css by removing the comments around the @import rules
/* @import "css/grid.css"; */ located within style.css. A 940 pixels width is good for me; If you prefer a 960 pixel one, you could determine the width of the body tag at 960 pixels, like I did for this website. Continue reading