A responsive WordPress framework designed for news publishers and developed by the Institute for Nonprofit News.
IMPORTANT! THIS PROJECT IS UNDER ACTIVE DEVELOPMENT
We are making regular updates that may or may not always play nice with previous versions.
master branch is the latest stable version and what INN is using for our sites in production (with a few minor tweaks specific to our hosting environment). Please do not submit pull requests to this branch unless they are minor hotfixes that can be directly merged.
develop branch contains work in progress slated for our next point release. Feel free to try it out, report issues, etc. but we DO NOT recommend using it in production. This is also typically the branch to submit pull requests to if you want to contribute to the project.
Feedback, comments and questions to: email@example.com
Largo is a responsive WordPress starter/parent theme designed with the needs of news publisers in mind.
The project extends work done by NPR's Project Argo.
Documentation and more information at: largoproject.org
Current version: v0.5.4
Follow the setup instructions in the documentation.
We welcome contributions to any of open source projects.
If you're not sure where to start, review the open issues on github (you might be particularly interested in the issues labelled help wanted or good for beginners) and then see our contributing guidelines to get started.
If you're still not sure where to start, that's totally fine! Just shoot us an email and we'll do our best to help.
- Adam Schweigert (@aschweig), Senior Director of Product and Technology
- Ryan Nagle (@ryannagle), Director of Technology
- Kaeti Hinck (@kaeti), Design Director
- Denise Malan (@denisemalan), Director of Data Services
- Jack Brighton (@jackbrighton), Manager of Support, Training and Documentation
- Ben Keith (@benlkeith), News Apps Developer
Special thanks to everyone who has contributed to the project, including: danielbachhuber, willhaynes, drywall, nacin, meredithinn, tothebeat, lindamood, mospaw, DrewAPicture, nipoez, palewire, GaryJones, seamusleahy and joshuarrrr.
This project builds on a number of great open source projects, including: