I began to sleep on the version 0.2.5 of my theme WordPress Basics when the new HTML5 Boilerplate 2 raised in the middle of August. This new version of HTML5 Boilerplate brings many changes. The most important is maybe the replacement of the CSS reset by a “simple” redefinition of HTML tags with normalize.css created first by Nicolas Gallagher and Jonathan Neal. Continue reading
How to handle CSS within Basics?
It’s pretty simple. Or not. It depends on your knowledge of CSS. First I’ve splitted style.css from HTML5 Boilerplate in three parts. To be consistent with the editor of WordPress, the first part of H5bP — reset.css — is imported in markup.css witch is used for styling both the front site and TinyMCE Editor build in. Actually, it’s editor-style.css renamed. Continue reading
Yet another WordPress Theme Framework?
Basics is not a framework! It’s a small set of files and functions to make sites developpment with WordPress easier. Nothing more, nothing less. If you want to know more about Basics, feel free to take a look at my long french post B comme Basics. Continue reading