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** Casper **
A Ghost-like WordPress theme
Casper (for WordPress) is a simple yet beautiful theme for bloggers.
Inspired by the Ghost blogging platform, Casper is a WordPress port of the default theme by the same name. The goal of this project is to emulate the gorgeous theme while taking advantage of features exclusive to the WordPress framework. There are plenty of customization options included, accessible through the WordPress Customizer. Already included are hooks to serve responsive images appropriately and media queries to provide a fast and seamless experience from desktop to mobile.
# Usage
Download the zip package of the theme and install either automatically through the WordPress Dashboard > Appearance tab, or by uploading the casper-wp folder to your WordPress/wp-content/themes directory.
# Using Grunt to build the package
A gruntfile.js is included. `cd` into the theme directory and run `npm install` to install Grunt and all dependencies locally. Run `grunt` to build or `grunt watch` to continuously build.
# Tasks
Compile src/css/style.less and other LESS and CSS files in src/css/
Any CSS is combed, linted, prefixed, then compiled with css/style.css
css/style.css is minified into style.css
Images in src/img/ are compressed and copied to img
Theme JavaScript and other js files in src/js/ are linted, minified, and combined into js/main.js
Getting Involved
Want to report a bug, request a feature, or help me build this project? The more the merrier!
Many thanks to the Ghost & WordPress teams, as well as the Underscores _s contributers, and kvendrik. Built using all of the above.
# License
Casper Logo is Public Domain
responsive-img.js is open source
Underscores _s is licensed under GPLv2 or later
Font Awesome is fully open source and is GPL compatible
PHP 4 and PHP 5 are distributed under the PHP License v3.01, copyright (c) the PHP Group
Casper WordPress Theme, Copyright 2014
Casper is distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL