Part 2 of the “How to Code HTML to WordPress” screencast series is dedicated to optimizing the theme for development as well as the beginning of making the main nav dynamic.
The underscores starter theme is a great start but I tend to optimize it a bit further for my own workflow.
Because our HTML template makes use of different directory names and file names I needed to tie things all together. In the video, you’ll see me edit the functions.php file as well as create a few new files so our single page design has its own dedicated page. Follow along as I dive deeper into the code!
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How to Code HTML to WordPress – Part 2
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Need help with wp? Then WPVideo is your site.
Find what you are looking for among hundreds of thousands of videos and personal experiences of other users. All of us who started with wp should have access to this website, I wish I had something like that when I started my journey as webmaster 🙂
But now I want and I can put this website at your disposal.
Enjoy it 😉