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How do you tackle wordpress development?

  • roiabrazaldo
    Member

    @roiabrazaldo

    When creating a website for an entity,

    Do you use themes from wordpress repository and modified it to cope for that needs?

    OR

    Do you always start from scratch?

    I have been developing wordpress websites from scratch since I self-studied it myself and never knew anyone’s technique on tackling site development using wordpress. I create my own theme called jumpstart and thats where I always started, basically its just foldering and has empty files in it.

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  • catacaustic
    very awesome

    @catacaustic

    I do almost the same as you. I start with a completely cut-down version of a default theme, taking away all of the CSS, and leaving only the base template files like index.php, sidebar.php, etc. From there I build up the theme to be what it needs to be. Because our client base is so different it’s normally a bad thing to have any more built into a base them this.

    Andrew Nevins
    Forum moderator

    @anevins

    I start from a blank theme like “blankslate”, but that’s because I’m a front-end developer.

    esmi
    Forum Moderator

    @esmi

    I prefer _s myself. I’ve also got about 30 of my own themes that I can strip down as needed.

    cromermusic
    Member

    @cromermusic

    I’ve recently made my own theme starting from “blankslate” and then looking into other themes for various solutions to fit my needs. Got tired of creating child themes from a theme I didn’t quite understand.

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