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README.md

Build Status Wordpress Theme Version Wordpress Theme Active Installs Github Last Commit License: GPL v2

See: Official Demo | Read: Official Docs Page

UnderStrap WordPress Theme Framework

Website: https://understrap.com

Child Theme Project: https://github.com/understrap/understrap-child

OverStrap Child Themes: https://understrap.com/overstrap/

About

I’m a huge fan of Underscores, Bootstrap, and Sass. Why not combine these into a solid WordPress Theme Framework? That’s what UnderStrap is. You can use it as a starter theme and build your own theme on top of it. Or you can use it as a parent theme and create your own child theme for UnderStrap.

License

UnderStrap WordPress Theme, Copyright 2013-2018 Holger Koenemann UnderStrap is distributed under the terms of the GNU GPL version 2

http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.en.html

Changelog

See changelog

Basic Features

  • Combines Underscore’s PHP/JS files and Bootstrap’s HTML/CSS/JS.
  • Comes with Bootstrap (v4) Sass source files and additional .scss files. Nicely sorted and ready to add your own variables and customize the Bootstrap variables.
  • Uses a single minified CSS file for all the basic stuff.
  • Font Awesome integration (v4.7.0)
  • Jetpack ready.
  • WooCommerce support.
  • Contact Form 7 support.
  • Child Theme ready.
  • Translation ready.

Starter Theme + HTML Framework = WordPress Theme Framework

The _s theme is a good starting point to develop a WordPress theme. But it is “just” a raw starter theme. That means it outputs all the WordPress stuff correctly but without any layout or design. Why not add a well known and supported layout framework to have a solid, clean and responsive foundation? That’s where Bootstrap comes in.

Confused by All the CSS and Sass Files?

Some basics about the Sass and CSS files that come with UnderStrap:

  • The theme itself uses the /style.cssfile only to identify the theme inside of WordPress. The file is not loaded by the theme and does not include any styles.
  • The /css/theme.css and its minified little brother /css/theme.min.css file(s) provides all styles. It is composed of five different SCSS sets and one variable file at /sass/theme.scss:
@import "../src/bootstrap-sass/assets/stylesheets/bootstrap";  // 2. All the Bootstrap stuff - Don´t edit this!
@import "understrap/understrap"; // 3. Some basic WordPress stylings and needed styles to combine Boostrap and Underscores
@import "../src/fontawesome/scss/font-awesome"; // 4. Font Awesome Icon styles
// Any additional imported files //
@import "theme/theme";  // 5. Add your styles into this file
  • Don’t edit the number 2-4 files/filesets listed above or you won’t be able to update UnderStrap without overwriting your own work!
  • Your design goes into: /sass/theme.
    • Add your styles to the /sass/theme/_theme.scss file
    • And your variables to the /sass/theme/_theme_variables.scss
    • Or add other .scss files into it and @import it into /sass/theme/_theme.scss.

Installation

There are several ways to install UnderStrap. We'll look at three of them: (1) classic install by uploading UnderStrap to a WordPress install, (2) using npm, and (3) using the theme directory in WordPress.

Classic install

  • Download the understrap folder from GitHub or from https://understrap.com
  • IMPORTANT: If you download it from GitHub make sure you rename the "understrap-master.zip" file just to "understrap.zip" or you might have problems using child themes!
  • Upload it into your WordPress installation theme subfolder: /wp-content/themes/
  • Login to your WordPress backend
  • Go to Appearance → Themes
  • Activate the UnderStrap theme

npm install

  • Open your terminal
  • Change to the directory where you want to add UnderStrap
  • Type npm install understrap

WordPress.org install

  • Open your WordPress backend
  • Click on "Appearance -> Themes"
  • Hit the "Add new" button
  • Search for "UnderStrap"
  • Hit the "install" button
  • Activate the theme

Developing With npm, Gulp and SASS and [Browser Sync][1]

Installing Dependencies

  • Make sure you have installed Node.js and Browser-Sync (optional) on your computer globally
  • Then open your terminal and browse to the location of your UnderStrap copy
  • Run: $ npm install

Running

To work with and compile your Sass files on the fly start:

  • $ gulp watch

Or, to run with Browser-Sync:

  • First change the browser-sync options to reflect your environment in the file /gulpconfig.json in the beginning of the file:
{
    "browserSyncOptions" : {
        "proxy": "localhost/theme_test/", // <----- CHANGE HERE
        "notify": false
    },
    ...
};
  • then run: $ gulp watch-bs

How to Use the Built-In Widget Slider

The front-page slider is widget driven. Simply add more than one widget to widget position “Hero”.

  • Click on Appearance → Widgets.
  • Add two, or more, widgets of any kind to widget area “Hero”.
  • That’s it.

RTL styles?

Add a new file to the themes root folder called rtl.css. Add all alignments to this file according to this description: https://codex.wordpress.org/Right_to_Left_Language_Support

Page Templates

UnderStrap includes several different page template files: (1) blank template, (2) empty template, and (3) full width template.

Blank Template

The blank.php template is useful when working with various page builders and can be used as a starting blank canvas.

Empty Template

The empty.php template displays a header and a footer only. A good starting point for landing pages.

Full Width Template

The fullwidthpage.php template has full width layout without a sidebar.

Footnotes

[1] Visit http://browsersync.io for more information on Browser Sync

Licenses & Credits

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