Members Members is a plugin that extends your control over your blog. It's a user, role, and capability management plugin that was created to make WordPress a more powerful CMS. It puts you in control over permissions on your site by providing a user interface (UI) for WordPress' powerful role and cap system, which is traditionally only available to developers who know how to code this by hand. Making a Theme With Bones: Getting Started We are using a starter theme to build a new responsive site. Bones is a completely free starter theme (not a framework) built with the latest best practices. It serves as an excellent base to build a WordPress theme. This is an incomplete feature list about Bones: built upon the HTML5 boilerplatemobile first approachresponsive designcomes with LESS and SASSfallback for older browserscleaner header sectiongreat documentation
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Introduction to Sass for New WordPress Theme Designers As a new WordPress theme designer, you would quickly learn the challenges of maintaining long CSS files while keeping them organized, scalable, and readable. You will also learn that many designers and front-end developers recommend using a CSS preprocessor language like Sass or LESS. But what are these things? and how do you get started with them?