This video goes over how to change the “Downloads” label and slug to “Themes” throughout the plugin and theme. The labels are what you see in the WordPress dashboard and the slug is the URL.
If you made it this far, you have completed the HTML/CSS template to WordPress theme series! I am sure you have learned a lot and can now use your new skills to develop, build, and customize other WordPress themes.
This is the start of the HTML to WordPress theme tutorial series! I hope you are as excited as I am about this series. You will be able to download a beautiful Bootstrap HTML/CSS template that we are going to convert into a premium WordPress theme.
In this series we will start with the Base Theme from Series One (so be sure you have completed that series) and go step-by-step to integrate the HTML into a WordPress theme.
If you like using Bootstrap and WordPress as much as I do, you should now have the perfect base WordPress theme to start any project moving forward. At this point, our WordPress theme has all the Bootstrap components and features, several custom page templates, styled comments, Font Awesome, custom functions, and much more.
Short video that goes over how to install your Underscores.me starter theme into your local wp-content/themes directory. We then go to WPTest.io and download an XML file that will upload all kinds of test content into your local development environment. You should now have your blank starter theme with all the WPTest.io filler content ready to go.