Hello- I apologize if this has been answered somewhere already, but I’ve spent hours Googling solutions, and everything I’ve found doesn’t seem to apply to what I’m looking for.
I’m new to WP, but a proficient HTML/CSS developer My starting point is the Bones theme.. I’ve taken a design, and sliced it up into HTML/CSS. The design is a single-page, responsive design, which can be seen here. (Not completely done, but enough to get the point.) I’ve cut out each section into its own php include, and have everything included from the index.php theme file.
Quite simply, what I’m trying to do is turn each content area of static HTML into something that the client can edit with the Tiny MCE editor through the WP admin interface. For example, the client wants to be able to use the editor to update the menu, rather than going to Appearance > Editor and having to update the HTML. Everything I find tells me to build out more sidebar widgets, or pages/posts. I can’t imagine I’m the first person to do this, so I’m assuming I’ve just been searching for the wrong things.
Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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