Wordless is a junction between a WordPress plugin and a theme boilerplate that dramatically speeds up and enhances your custom theme creation. Some of its features are:
Read the complete Wordless documentation at wordless.readthedocs.io where you'll find - hopefully - all the informations about installation, usage guide, in depth explanation about the stack.
If you want to contribute to the documentation.
docker build -t wordless_docs rtfm
rtfm/folder on master will be auto-deployed on https://wordless.readthedocs.io/
make documentation will refresh your HTML.
You can find it at http://welaika.github.io/wordless/docs/latest/html/index.html.
If you are interested in contributing to the documentation:
brew install doxygen
doxygen docs/Doxyfile(from project's root)
docs/buildin GiT. Leave it alone and
git checkout gh-pagesinstead.
mv docs/build docs/latestoverwriting the old one
git checkout master && git merge --no-ff featureor by pull request
masterupdate the plugin version (SEMVER) in
readme.txt("Stable tag") files and commit the updated files.
git tag x.y.xwhere x.y.z equals to the previously written version.
git push origin master --tagsto push both commits and tags
Automations will do the leftovers, including to publish updated documentation on ReadTheDocs and the plugin on https://wordpress.org/plugins/wordless/
A changelog for each tag/relase is mandatory to be compiled at https://github.com/welaika/wordless/releases.
Wordmove: a great gem (from yours truly) to automatically mirror local WordPress installations and DB data back and forth from your local development machine to the remote staging server;
Default configuration has dropped support for CoffeeScritp and for SASS indented syntax. Obviously you are free to change Webpack's config once you've created the theme, but now we officially support ES2015 and SCSS instead.
Ruby-based preprocessors and the
WORDLESS_LEGACY configuration are definitely dropped.
Theme's folder structure changed.
Wordless 2.5 deprecates the old ruby preprocessor support. It is disabled by default. If you need to develop an old theme you need to explicitely activate them by setting the following in your
We plan to completely remove this support in Wordless 3.
Wordless is available in English, German, Greek, Italian and Spanish, at the moment.
The user interface was translated by Wasilis Mandratzis-Walz (German and Greek), David Mejorado (Spanish).
Your help is welcome! Add your own language using Transifex.
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