Steve Zehngut: Build a WordPress Theme with Foundation and Underscores

3 responses on “Steve Zehngut: Build a WordPress Theme with Foundation and Underscores

  1. Geordee Naliyath (@geordee)

    Just in case someone is wondering which Twitter post is being referred.

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  2. Fábián Gábor

    Firefox has an emulator as well, just press Ctrl + Shift + M.
    Foundation is really strong, but as a developer who focuses on optimizations as well, I prefer using the SASS version, include what I need and compile my minified CSS. Foundation out of the box is really large and most probably you can get rid of 75% of the stuff included.

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  3. Myrok24

    I was wondering where to put the font declaration?.. In the foundation css or in the underscores css. Should i delete the line in foundation css?. thx, david


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June 11, 2014

Foundation is an advanced framework that allows developers to quickly build future-friendly websites. Foundation CSS performs the heavy lifting so that you can concentrate on the creative. Steve will show you how he uses Foundation to focus on mobile-first design and why Foundation is the perfect companion to Underscores.

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