DevDmBootstrap3

Twitter Bootstrap 3 WordPress Starter Theme for Developers

The first official release of DevDmBootstrap3 “Swatcher” is available for Download from the DevDm WordPress Theme Store.

Like my other child theme ‘clean-blog’, Swatcher will have the same price tag of $4.99.

Download Swatcher

Demo / Documentation

Mock-Upsmall

With “Swatcher” I’ve incorporated all 16 Bootswatch themes. You can easily switch between them with the WordPress theme customizer. This gives you the ability to rapidly transform any DevDmBootstrap3 project into something fresh and new within minutes. This site here is full of documentation about all of the NEW tools available to you. We are really pushing the limits of the Theme Customizer here and I am excited for it!

Swatcher is an elaborate example of what can be accomplished with WordPress child themes and a little elbow grease.

 

April 20th, 2015

Posted In: DevDmBootstrap3 Child Themes

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4 Comments

  • Sanjin says:

    Hi Danny,

    This is a beautiful theme. The design that I like. I looked at the Features on the page. It’s hard to be here something significant to add. That’s it. Go ahead.

    Regards

    • danny says:

      Thanks Sanjin. 🙂 I used a lot of your feedback as a template for what I should do. I’ve been having a good time making mock up sites with it. I think it solves a lot of those “common” things people are wanting from the base DevDmBootstrap3.

  • Sanjin says:

    Is there here is an option to show or hide header image (cropped-Mock-Up2.jpg)? Option to show the image only on the homepage?

    • danny says:

      There is an option under “header style options” to hide the entire header (image and site title & tagline), or you can just hide the title and tagline or you can just remove the image and it will not be there anymore when it isn’t set in Customizer.

      There is currently no toggle to set this to display on the homepage only. There are a few different ways to tackle that. It seems useful so I will slate it for the next version.

      For now I might recommend hiding the header and putting a widget up there and using a plugin to “show only on the homepage.” I’m using the “Display Widgets” plugin to do this with the homepage widgets.

      There is an option to set the widget to full width.

      So the steps would be:

      1. hide the header, 2. assign a widget up there instead with something like a slider, 3. Toggle the full width options and done, 4. use something like “Display Widgets” to make it only show on the homepage.

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