Read This Post: Creating a WordPress Block Theme — Creating the Archive and 404 Templates
Next up in our path to building a new WordPress block theme, we need to create our archive template and our 404 template. And believe it or not, both of these will take us almost no time to build. So join me as we start to wrap up building Semplice Monospazio and learn how you can create archive, category and 404 templates for your new block theme!
Read This Post: Creating a WordPress Block Theme — Creating the Template Parts
So we are continuing on in our efforts to create a WordPress block theme. This time we’re getting starting to create our template parts, including the header, footer and sidebar. Creating the template parts is super easy. It’s a lot like creating a block pattern, and in many cases, you’re probably going to be using block patterns to make up your template parts. And it’s way easier to create something like the header with an FSE theme than it was with the traditional PHP themes. So today let’s walk through how I created the template parts for this WordPress block theme.
Read This Post: Creating a WordPress Block Theme — Theme JSON and Styling
So we are continuing on in our efforts to create a WordPress block theme. This time we’re getting started with the theme.json file. This is a pretty powerful tool that does a lot of the styling for us. And it removes a lot of the CSS that us theme developers used to have to write on our own. But it can be a bit tricky to get started, especially if you’re building your first block theme. In this video we’re going to walk through the theme.json file for the theme so you can understand what’s going on in this file.
Read This Post: Creating a WordPress Block Theme — Intro and Design
In this series, I’m going to walk through how I created my first block theme, Semplice Monospazio. In this introductory video, we’re going to walk through the designs I created for the theme and I’ll explain more about what I’m trying to do with this theme.