Okay, it’s going to bug me if we don’t clean up and finish the Neat Columns. Let’s do that before we commit the changes.
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.
Excellent job! In this lab, you learned strategies to streamline your styling work and make you more efficient. These techniques will speed up your development time and reduce your costs.
It's time to finalize the base and common classes. The common classes will be migrated into the appropriate module, while the Base Sass Module will be finalized. You'll be learning about different strategies and alternatives to setup your codebase for what fits you and your needs. You'll be introduced to Bourbon mixins to save you time and allow you to automatically generate sizes. Then you'll be migrating the media queries, assigning variables, and refactoring.
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
Don’t repeat yourself. Don’t repeat yourself. Don’t repeat yourself.
Total Lab Runtime: 01:15:35
- 1 Lab Introductionfree 01:14
- 2 Site Containers & Max Widthpro 20:20
- 3 Finish Up Site Inner & Wrappro 04:50
- 4 Content Sidebar Containerspro 11:47
- 5 Calculate Widths with Sasspro 10:21
- 6 Sidebars and Wrapspro 08:30
- 7 Neat Columnspro 07:00
- 8 Finishing the Column Classespro 06:20
- 9 Finish, Git Commit, and Wrappro 05:13