Super Ginormous for Tersus
An achingly simple child theme built for Tersus
Tersus is an exercise in publishing template minimalism.
Why create yet another theme? As clean and stripped down as some themes are, we wanted to prune things a bit further.
Tersus was originally called Simplicity, a name that was suggested prior to the discovery of a WordPress theme already using that name. After a brief discussion, several latin terms were bandied about as replacements. Tersus (which means ‘clean, neat, or cleansed’) seemed to fit the bill rather nicely … and here we are.
Keep track of Tersus development on Twitter.
- HTML5 structure and compliance
- CSS that has been reset and built from the ground up
- Non-semantic, presentational markup has been dispatched
- Built-in style “flavours” and theme options
- Responsive, adaptive layout for small screens
- Clean, valid, and awesome
Lovely chaps, all of them.
We’d also like to give some props to the fine individuals and handy resources which have made the development of Tersus much more enjoyable. On the currently guest list are Grettir Asmundarson, Beau Calvez, David Kendal, BBEdit, CSS Lint, and GitHub for Mac.
The Tersus theme is absolutely free and conveniently licensed under GPL. You may use it for personal or commercial projects, as you see fit. Please refer to the license.txt file included with the source for more information.
Portions of the stylesheets are based on the YUI CSS Reset and YUI CSS Base tools provided as part of the Yahoo! User Interface Library. All of the YUI Library components are provided free of charge under a liberal BSD license. Copyright © 2012 Yahoo! Inc. All rights reserved.
0.0.1 - Alpha
- Initial tinkering.