For this lesson, we will generate our own customized version of Bootstrap with modified colors, styles, etc., add it to our WordPress theme, and then incorporate Bootstrap into the site’s header.
Part of a tutorial on using GitHub for version control that accompanies a workshop I led as a GC Digital Fellow.
This post is the second in a series of lessons on using the Bootstrap web framework to develop a WordPress theme.
This is the first in a series of posts that will serve as a mini-course in using the Bootstrap web framework to eventually build a custom WordPress theme.
Is ‘coding’ an essential skill for Digital Humanists? I argue that it depends on how you define code and propose a taxonomy for different tasks that might be considered ‘coding’ to show that code is not something to be feared.