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README.md

PHP Starter Kit

Those are what I use often to build my projects and clients without needing CMS. What's in the package are basic responsive website template with PHP, Bourbon and Neat.

Docs

  • header.php contains all of the repeatable HTML that belongs in the header, includng CDN modernizr and Google Analytic
  • index.php main page which calls in the header and footer
  • footer.php contains all of the repeatable HTML that belongs in the footer, including CDN jQuery
  • scss folder includes bourbon, neat and custom folders (normalize, etc.) that compiled to css folder.
  • apple-touch-icon.psd HTML5 favicon photoshop template

How to use it

If you're already familiar with compilers like CodeKit or Koala then you're on the right track. If not, check them out. To compile, select the base.scss file and set the output path to css/base.css. I used MAMP Pro that allowed me to test and modify PHP files locally. I used apple-touch-icon.psd to update the favicon only once. Pretty nifty, eh?

Credits

  • Bourbon - a simple and lightweight mixin library for Sass
  • Neat - a lightweight semantic grid framework for Sass and Bourbon
  • MAMP Pro - test/edit PHP files locally
  • Simple Favicon - by Aaron Hall
  • Sublime Text 3 - the awesome text editor I already fall in love with
  • Mou - the missing Markdown editor for web developers

License

PHP Starter Kit is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. This means you can copy, distribute, transmit and adapt the work to your own personal and commercial projects.