An Inti Foundation 1.9 child theme, like inti-kitchen-sink but built for Advanced Custom Fields Pro. Uses Foundation 6.6. Works with ACF Repeatable fields and/or Gutenberg blocks.
Built for Foundation 6.4.x and the XY Grid
Inti Foundation is a WordPress parent theme that uses Foundation for Sites 6.4, the most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Foundation for Sites 6.4, unlike earlier versions, uses a flexbox based grid system called XY Grid.
Built for Advanced Custom Fields Pro (ACF)
ACF PRO is a WordPress plugin that allows developers to rapidly develop backends with complex custom fields without having to manually code them or their interfaces.
- Modify config.yml file for your setup, then run:
gulp default, a new browser window will open pointing to a BrowserSync server displaying the WordPress installtion (via BrowserSync).
Overwriting parent theme functions with custom files or by unhooking then hooking new functions
All php code is run from the Inti class in the parent theme. This looks for the individual php files to be include and includes them if found. You can either:
- Bypass these parent theme php files with your own with the same name in the same directory structure
- Include new files, i.e. /framework/shortcodes/child-shortcodes.php and include them in functions.php
locate_template() will first check the child theme for a file in that location, and if not found, will search the parent theme. Override parent theme files by giving the child theme versions the same name, set a unique name or add a prefix to load them in addition to parent theme files.
You must install ACF PRO. Download here. You can then import the include JSON settings file to experiement with example content blocks using ACF PRO layouts. If you'd perfer to avoid premium plugins, see inti-kitchen-sink
The theme can be also configured, and more options can be added as you develop your own theme, with either an Options page or with Customizer in live preview mode. Both methods have been added by default in Inti Foundation so that you can choose which you'd prefer to you for your own options. By default, options that are more to do with global settings have been added to an Options page called "Inti Options" and options that are more to do with visual elements have been added in Customizer. Feel free to modify these as you see fit.
Have a look around and set the options activate elements in the theme. Perhaps the most important area is found in the Customizer and relates to the header area.
Header / 'Site Banner'
In Inti Foundation we call the header area is made up of two parts. The menu and the 'site banner'. The site banner is a wrapper that is home to a number of elements that can be turned on and off, or customized in the Customizer. Upload a logo, turn on and off the site name and description, etc.
The inti-kitchen-sink child theme expands on this with a number of template parts that contain variations of the header with different or additional elements or changes in position. Coupled with the numerous hooks before, after and inside each element wrapper, it's easy to change one of the most important parts of the site.
The menu will appear in the theme when a menu is created and added to one of the three menu areas that exist by default in the theme. These are the main menu, the mobile menu (which is usually just the same menu) and the footer menu (which is usually single-level)
Each part of the theme, from default post types, to menu areas, to template files, to minor functions like the breadcrumps can be switched on and off with WordPress's
add_theme_support() in functions.php
To make use of Inti Foundation's features as well as its styles and Foundation settings, please refer to the other example theme, Basic Starter
Changing Parent Theme functionality from Child Theme
Please visit this link for a guide on how to deactivate and add to the parent theme features and templates in the child theme.
Slowly but surely more complete documentation is being set up at here.
Please do leave comments, post new issues and make pull requests. Any form of contribution is welcome. You can also get in touch here: stuart (at) waqastudios.com