Let’s commit your changes and then push them to GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket. We’ll walk through the current commit in GitHub too to see what it looks like and how to read it.
Here is where you can find the last version of the entire lab in the Know the Code’s GitHub repository: Get on Github..@hellofromTonya is helping me to take my #genesiswp theming to the next level. Click To Tweet
Excellent job! I hope you are now more motivated to finish building your own starter child theme and to finish this series. Keep working along with Tonya and it will incrementally pay off for you.
In Part 2h, you will finish up the Plugins Sass module by refactoring, using the techniques you've acquired throughout this entire series. You will also add the plugins that you normally work with in your projects. Let's get your codebase ready for how you work.
Check out the Genesis Theming Framework for more hands-on labs, insights, Docx, and more.
Check out the series page for more labs: Let’s Build a Custom Developer’s Genesis Starter Child Theme
Hands off the keyboard. Web development starts by thinking first, then planning it out, and then coding it.
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