Let’s push our final sample theme to your git hosting. Then let’s talk about the more advanced stuff you can do including additional PostCSS, cssnext, and more gulp tasks like SVG, image optimization, and scripts. You can look at what WebDevStudios is doing in their wd_s.
You now have a completed Genesis starter theme. Yes, there are more things you can do with it, such as moving to a configuration architecture, more gulp tasks, and so on. But you can add those as you get working with your new theme. Congratulations!
Start using your new codebase and it will save you time and money! On every job, just clone your starting theme out of GitHub (or wherever you have it) and work from a copy of it.
Let’s chat about what you have now and what you just built.WooHoo! I just setup a sweet #gulp file for #Sass linting, minify, postcss, & more. Saving time! #genesiswp Click To Tweet
You did it! Excellent job! Bam, you just finished creating a rockin’ gulp setup to process, validate, and minify the Sass into CSS. WooHoo! Way to go.
Now go build some awesome sites with Genesis!
If you listen carefully, you can hear the 1s and 0s flowing in your computer.
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