Scratch is a Yeoman Generator that will scaffold a WordPress theme based on _s and Foundation. The goal of this project is to be a starting point. After generating a new theme from Scratch, you’ll be able to compile Sass, concat js, and minify to create a production package of your theme.Read more "Scratch, A WordPress Theme Generator"
A common issue with a site footer is when your content isn’t tall enough, you’re left with a hanging footer. There are a few ways to combat this but the following has worked best for me. Absolutely position the footer to the bottom of the body which has a minimum height of 100% (CSS) Get the height […]Read more "Sticky Footer with Absolute Positioning"
In this post I’ll show you how to keep your Varying Vagrant Vagrants (VVV) synced across multiple machines (including databases). The Problem Inconsistency across development machines. Management of separate environments for the same projects. Remote access to development files. Solution Resilio Sync (formally BitTorrent Sync) for syncing files Custom vagrant halt to backup database to then […]Read more "How To Sync Local Development Environments"
One of the most common beginner comments I see around the interwebs regarding WordPress is “How do I create a theme” or “I have HTML/CSS knowledge and want to build my own theme”. In this series I’m going to show you my process for how I build themes using _s, Grunt, Sass, and Browsersync. Let’s get […]Read more "How to Build a WordPress Theme from Scratch: Part 1"
Greetings, I’m currently rebuilding the site. For now, you can find my portfolio at sixteenbit.com. Cheers, JustinRead more "Hello world."