Chapter 4. Making Your Theme Responsive: Core Features

So far, you’ve seen multiple ways to make a website responsive. Now it’s time to really dig in and combine those techniques with WordPress’ unique capabilities.

In Chapter 3, you learned how to apply your responsive CSS to a WordPress theme. You also got an in-depth look at WordPress’ generated CSS classes and created some default styles for what are considered the “essential” ones. From here on out, you’ll go even further, focusing on two types of features: core and blog.

This chapter looks at some of the core features of WordPress instrumental to a good User Experience. The next chapters are about using what WordPress provides developers and leveraging those tools to create better responsive ...

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