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Just a simple, unsophisticated WordPress theme enthusiast. I have developed a WordPress theme with WordPress and Foundation called WP-Forge, which is considered by many to be the best WordPress/Foundation theme available. You can get it here https://wordpress.org/themes/wp-forge/

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Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 18 days

Hey Rafi,
TotalPress has six (6) Sidebars, whereas Forge only has one.
TotalPress has six (6) Page templates: Content-Sidebar, Sidebar-Content, Content-Sidebar-Sidebar, Sidebar-Sidebar-Content, Sidebar-Content-Sidebar and Full-Width-No-Sidebars - and these templates can be assigned to any post or page.
WP-Forge has only one page template, full width, and can only be used for pages.
TotalPress has five (5) footer widget areas. WP-Forge only has four (4). The footer widgets in TotalPress can be hidden for any post or page. So for example, if you had a page and didn't want the second and fourth footer widget to be displayed on that page, you select those widget areas to be hidden in the Hide Footer Widgets Metabox.
In WP-Forge, all the footer widget areas are displayed for every post and page.
TotalPress has built in support for WooCommerce and also has many hooks and filters that devs can use to add content.
TotalPress uses the Kirki Plugin. Kirki is a customizer control plugin that adds many useful controls to the customizer. It makes adding options breeze and also makes the user experience much better.
I tried to take what I learned with Forge and apply it to TotalPress and I think the result is AWESOME!!! :o)
Your gonna have to update the resources page...lol

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Pawan Chhabria's post 5 months

No worries Ryan,
WP-Forge doesn't use Sass. The reason I chose to make it this way is because there are a lot of people out there that do not know how to use Sass. They just want to activate the theme, modify it and keep on rolling.
Personally I do not use Sass either. I think it creates a lot of unnecessary files (bloat). That's just my opinion though. I was planning on making a Sass version of WP-Forge however I am working on a new theme so the Sass version of WP-Forge has been put on hold.
Don't get me wrong, I love JointsWP. Jeremy has done a great job with it. I've even used a few things from it in Forge.
So if you're looking for a straight up, simple to use and modify theme, I recommend WP-Forge - just download, install and activate and your ready to go ;o)
You should give it a try Ryan and let me know what yah think.

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Pawan Chhabria's post 5 months

Or WP-Forge

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Pawan Chhabria's post 5 months

You can check out my theme WP-Forge, its pure css, no Sass and uses the latest version of Foundation for Sites 6.4.1 - https://wordpress.org/themes/wp-forge/
Thanks Rafi....lol

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 5 months

Sorry for the late reply.
You are very welcome.
In regards to WP-Edify, it has been placed on hold for now as I am moving forward with a new theme, that I hope is much more powerful than WP-Forge.
A lot of cool things will be happening in this new theme. Stay tuned ;)

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 9 months

You are very welcome

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 9 months

Yes sir that looks like it's working beautiful. Great job. Now all I have to do is figure out how you did it....lol ;) Thanks again for the assist.

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 9 months

Hi there,
Thanks for the reply, however I believe you misunderstood what I was asking.
Currently, my theme WP-Forge uses the old contain-togrid functionality from Foundation 5 http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/v/5.5.3/components/topbar.html
You can see the contain-to-grid in use on the themes demo site https://themeawesome.com/themes/wpforge/
As you can see, when you scroll up the menu sticks to the top of the browser and the container "extends" to the left and the right. I like this effect and would like to keep it.
Now I have updated the menu with the new sticky class introduced in Foundation 6 http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/sticky.html - which does not use the contain-to-grid class
You can see the implementation here http://yourthemedemo.com/ - You will notice that once you scroll up, the navigation does what it is supposed to. It sticks to the top of the browser BUT the container does not extend to the left and the right.
So that is what I am looking for, how to get the container to extend once it hits the top of the browser.
Hope this makes sense.

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Alec Stewart's post 9 months

@Brad Warren you can also check out WP-Forge, which is built with WordPress and Foundation

Thomas E. Vasquez commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post about 1 year

Yep that did the trick, thank thank you, now to go take some aspirin, this made my head hurt...lol Thanks again.

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You commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 18 days

Hey Rafi,
TotalPress has six (6) Sidebars, whereas Forge only has one.
TotalPress has six (6) Page templates: Content-Sidebar, Sidebar-Content, Content-Sidebar-Sidebar, Sidebar-Sidebar-Content, Sidebar-Content-Sidebar and Full-Width-No-Sidebars - and these templates can be assigned to any post or page.
WP-Forge has only one page template, full width, and can only be used for pages.
TotalPress has five (5) footer widget areas. WP-Forge only has four (4). The footer widgets in TotalPress can be hidden for any post or page. So for example, if you had a page and didn't want the second and fourth footer widget to be displayed on that page, you select those widget areas to be hidden in the Hide Footer Widgets Metabox.
In WP-Forge, all the footer widget areas are displayed for every post and page.
TotalPress has built in support for WooCommerce and also has many hooks and filters that devs can use to add content.
TotalPress uses the Kirki Plugin. Kirki is a customizer control plugin that adds many useful controls to the customizer. It makes adding options breeze and also makes the user experience much better.
I tried to take what I learned with Forge and apply it to TotalPress and I think the result is AWESOME!!! :o)
Your gonna have to update the resources page...lol

You commented on Pawan Chhabria's post 5 months

No worries Ryan,
WP-Forge doesn't use Sass. The reason I chose to make it this way is because there are a lot of people out there that do not know how to use Sass. They just want to activate the theme, modify it and keep on rolling.
Personally I do not use Sass either. I think it creates a lot of unnecessary files (bloat). That's just my opinion though. I was planning on making a Sass version of WP-Forge however I am working on a new theme so the Sass version of WP-Forge has been put on hold.
Don't get me wrong, I love JointsWP. Jeremy has done a great job with it. I've even used a few things from it in Forge.
So if you're looking for a straight up, simple to use and modify theme, I recommend WP-Forge - just download, install and activate and your ready to go ;o)
You should give it a try Ryan and let me know what yah think.

You commented on Pawan Chhabria's post 5 months

Or WP-Forge

You commented on Pawan Chhabria's post 5 months

You can check out my theme WP-Forge, its pure css, no Sass and uses the latest version of Foundation for Sites 6.4.1 - https://wordpress.org/themes/wp-forge/
Thanks Rafi....lol

You commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 5 months

Sorry for the late reply.
You are very welcome.
In regards to WP-Edify, it has been placed on hold for now as I am moving forward with a new theme, that I hope is much more powerful than WP-Forge.
A lot of cool things will be happening in this new theme. Stay tuned ;)

You commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 9 months

You are very welcome

You commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 9 months

Yes sir that looks like it's working beautiful. Great job. Now all I have to do is figure out how you did it....lol ;) Thanks again for the assist.

You commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post 9 months

Hi there,
Thanks for the reply, however I believe you misunderstood what I was asking.
Currently, my theme WP-Forge uses the old contain-togrid functionality from Foundation 5 http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/v/5.5.3/components/topbar.html
You can see the contain-to-grid in use on the themes demo site https://themeawesome.com/themes/wpforge/
As you can see, when you scroll up the menu sticks to the top of the browser and the container "extends" to the left and the right. I like this effect and would like to keep it.
Now I have updated the menu with the new sticky class introduced in Foundation 6 http://foundation.zurb.com/sites/docs/sticky.html - which does not use the contain-to-grid class
You can see the implementation here http://yourthemedemo.com/ - You will notice that once you scroll up, the navigation does what it is supposed to. It sticks to the top of the browser BUT the container does not extend to the left and the right.
So that is what I am looking for, how to get the container to extend once it hits the top of the browser.
Hope this makes sense.

You commented on Alec Stewart's post 9 months

@Brad Warren you can also check out WP-Forge, which is built with WordPress and Foundation

You commented on Thomas E. Vasquez's post about 1 year

Yep that did the trick, thank thank you, now to go take some aspirin, this made my head hurt...lol Thanks again.

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