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We bring in our logo and begin structuring our dynamic WordPress Navigation Menu. We enable wp_nav_menu for our theme and implement it within our header. Che…
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Tags: Logo, Menu, Navigation, Part, Responsive, Theme, Tutorial, Wordpress
This video was published months ago. The newer videos should be a bit more satisfactory. :)
Request you to amplify sound… very inaudible… thx
Just noticed WinRar in your vid, went to the site.. it’s free :0) please disregard my previous inq. Thanks.
I love your WordPress videos.. Thank you!!! For some reason the Like button and Suscribe are not working on certain videos. I clicked the Like button about 10x and it never registered so you prob. have a lot more likes than are showing. .Would you be able to recommend a free safe zip prog. to open this type of file for the getskeleton download. This has a different ext. not recognized by my computer. Thanks for all your awesome videos
Responsive WordPress Theme Tutorial – Part 4 – Logo and Navigation Menu
Thanks for the reply. I appreciated reading your informed comment.
I am using Bootstrap for the v2 of AwfulMedia that I’m working on and everything is going well. All you have to get used to is the Bootstrap naming conventions and class set-ups and you’re good to go.
Transitioning from one framework to another is easier than it may seem. If you wanted, you could try expanding Skeleton for larger screens by triggering a larger container and larger set of rows at higher resolutions, just leaving the other resolutions alone.
Bootstrap is fun, though.
I find that the skeleton grid is not wide enough for what I like. Can it be expanded somehow? Bootstrap has a much better grid size but I find that there is not enough info on how to implement it for wordrpess.
I’ll be back, so far the best tutorial for WP themes.
Do my never videos fix the problems for you, theitnote?
Don’t worry, the container was changed to a div with the nav-bar class in the next part since we were generating a nav tag from the code.
Basically it should be nav if you are using HTML5 otherwise div, but not nav-bar. Please correct me Austin if I’m wrong.
Another great video. Though was little bit confused about passing the values in the wp_nav_menu() function. But after a little bit digging in the codex it is clear now what exactly you did with the menu. Great tut Austin. Keep going, I will punch you on nose if you fail to make me a WP pro :D . just kidding.
codes seems too small, couldn’t you please make it larger or high resolution
Anyways, great tutorials. Thank you for making them.
in the wp_nav_menu
The code has minor issues, the container has to be nav-bar, not nav.
Bootstrap is a powerful framework, but it is quite bulky. Skeleton is great for the basics.
if that link is broken, try awfulmedia(.)com/?p=948
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I’ll be updating the source files soon with the modifications we will make in part 12 and 13.
And btw what is the name on your website for downloading a source for this tutorial?
Really nice Tutorials i gonna watch this whole playlist, and i love the way you are explaining everything. Thanks you so much for your hard work and keep it alive