WFX Girder child theme for Wonderflux
Version v1.4 - DEVELOPMENT VERSION - NOT FOR LIVE PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTS!
Copyright (c)2015 Jonny Allbut
http://jonnya.net / @Jonnyauk
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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A demonstration responsive child theme for the Wonderflux WordPress theme framework (requires Wonderflux version 2 minimum) - https://github.com/Jonnyauk/Wonderflux
Could be used as a starter child theme, take a look at the code - lots of comments for you to learn how to use Wonderflux!
Showcases some of the features of creating your own Wonderflux child theme, such as smarter template parts, auto-insertion of widgets, filtering of Wonderflux output and much more ;)
You can view a live demonstration of this theme at: http://wonderflux.com/demo-girder
NOTE: This theme is configured not to show menus (including the responsive menu) if they are not set-up in the admin area. Once activated, go to Appearance > Menus > Manage locations to set a menu to display in the header and footer).
REQUIRES the free, Open Source Wonderflux theme framework - available from https://github.com/Jonnyauk/Wonderflux
Read the Wonderflux getting started documentation at http://wonderflux.com/getting-started
- Responsive layout
- Automatic responsive menu for primary navigation
- 2 editable menus (that auto-hide if not set in WordPress admin)
- 5 editable widget areas
- Copy Wonderflux theme framework to wp-content/themes directory (ensure directory is called 'wonderflux').
- Copy the Girder theme wp-content/themes directory (this can be renamed to anything you wish).
- In WordPress admin goto Appearance > Themes.
- Activate WFX Girder theme.
- Go to Appearance > Menus to configure editable menus in the theme (they do not appear if you do not configure them here!)
- Go to Appearance > Widgets to configure editable widget areas within the theme.
- Go to Appearance > Wonderflux to configure more advanced theme options including layout CSS generator.
Using as a starter for your own theme
- Duplicate the whole wfx-girder (this!) directory with all contained files.
- Change the name of the directory (the one you duplicated in step 1).
- Call your theme something different at the top of style.css (Theme Name: My Theme).
- Search and replace text string 'wfxgider' in all files to replace the text domain for translation.
- You are good to go!