Join Morten Rand-Hendriksen for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting your theme, part of WordPress: Building Progressive Themes with WP Rig.
- [Instructor] Okay, after all this work, … you're ready to bundle up your theme … and either ship it to another user or place it on a site. … And there's a build process specifically for this purpose … but before we can use it, we need … to make sure all the information is correct. … You'll remember in the very beginning of the course, … we looked at the config dot json file … and at the top here, we have some theme information. … The slug, the name and the author. … The slug here is the slug that will be used … to name the folder that will contain the theme. … So as you generate a new theme, … you can put in whatever slug you want here … and that becomes the theme folder … and also the zipped archive. … So if during the build process, … you've decided to change the name of the theme, … this will be the time to make that change. … The name and the author entries … will be used for the translation files … and may also be used in style dot css … unless you override them manually. … So it's a good idea to make sure these are correct too. …
- Setting up a WordPress theme development environment
- Installing WP Rig
- Building, activating, and testing a new progressive theme
- Editing CSS
- Using web fonts
- Editing existing templates
- Adding advanced features
- Translating a theme
Skill Level Beginner
WP Rig: A primer2m 5s
1. Configure a Development Environment for WP Rig
2. Install and Configure WP Rig
4. PHP and WordPress Templates
6. Extending WP Rig: A Practical Example
7. Going Further with WP Rig
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