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.
Basics comes with 11 Widgets Area Ready. Some are triggered when you click and slide some Widgets from the Widgets settings, the others contains already default content until you click and slide Widgets to fit your needs. Look at the code nested within the sidebar-1.php file: Continue reading
After a few days, here comes a new step for Basics. Main changes concerns reduction and reorganization of the Widget Areas Ready. I’ve also renamed some ID’s and some files (especially the sidebars) for more consistent webmaster’s experience. See the changelog below for details. Feel free to try it out and tell me what you think about. Last but not least, and because you worth it, I’ve designed a brand new logo for Basics, in a gothic style to match Rock ‘n Roll attitude 😉 Continue reading