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In this tutorial, we will learn how to make our own responsive Word Press theme using Bootstrap.
Bootstrap is a responsive framework for building web sites and applications, and it’s a great starting point for building a responsive Word Press theme.
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You don’t have to have built a theme from scratch before to successfully follow along.
However, we do assume that you are comfortable doing things like adding and editing posts in the admin area or installing plugins.
The theme we will build is based on the Basic marketing site example you can find over on the Bootstrap examples page.For this demo we will build out templates for the following pages and functionality: themes.Once you navigate to that folder create a new folder called “wpbootstrap.” Inside of that folder paste in the bootstrap folder. Now we’re going to copy the source code from the example basic marketing site and copy and paste it into the file. We’ve just linked to a txt version of the code since it is too long to embed in the post here.bootstrap-demo-source-code Now that we have a static HTML page, we’re going to move on to creating the main CSS page.Word Press requires a specially formatted comment to appear at the top of the page.It uses this comment to get all of the meta information about your theme.