In this final video, I show you what most of the code in Underscores is for and how I adjust it to my liking. Some code gets deleted. Some files get deleted. Some code gets adjusted. It’s all in the name of making Underscores my personal starter theme. See how I do it.
Underscores appears to have a lot of moving parts if you’ve never built a WordPress theme before. It’s not as complicated as it looks, though. In this video, I’ll show you how those files work together to make a very simple WordPress theme.
By default, Underscores isn’t much to look at and it shouldn’t be. That’s what your vision is for. However, bringing that vision to life may prove to be difficult if you don’t have to right foundation to build on.
In this part of the video series, I show you exactly what to do to open up the Underscores HTML structure to more possibilities so your theme projects have a much more flexible starting point.
Underscores is a starter theme. It is the law. When you’ve downloaded your copy of Underscores, which is covered in the first part of this video series, it becomes yours to tweak how you please. In this video, I show you exactly how I tweak the default Underscores CSS.
See exactly how I use the Underscores (_s) Starter WordPress theme for new projects. In this video, I’ll show you how I get a branded copy of Underscores to start with.