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how-to-make-responsive-wordpress-themeI am pretty excited to bring you the Part 2 of the ongoing Video Series on How to create a Responsive WordPress Theme. As in the previous video, I will be explaining how to code each webpage element using Bootstrap Framework and integrate it into WordPress. You can also download the updated theme files that has the relevant code for you to play with.

In this part, I will be teaching how to put background images in the full width slider and transition them through a fade effect. I will also demonstrate how to make a dynamic features section including icons using the Font Awesome icon library. Finally I will show you how to make a call-to-action section that can be used to lead the user to another page or make him perform an action.

Watch the Video

Watch Previous Parts of this Video Series

Create a Responsive WordPress Theme – Video Tutorial – 1

Watch Next Parts of this Video Series

Create a Responsive WordPress Theme – Video Tutorial – 3

Download the Tutorial Files

Download the Files

What Next?

Sadly, I haven’t see any comments on the last video. Please leave some comments so that I can stay inspired to complete the video series. Your feedback matters to me as that’s what keeps the engines running. Also, make sure that you share these videos on your social network so that people who are eager to learn theme development can make use of the video series.

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  1. Ryan left a comment on June 1, 2016 at 5:33 pm |

    Jai, Also i cant generate the snippets the way you do in the sublime. I installed wordpress for sublime but does not work the way yours does.
    What is the another one you are using? zencode??

    Please reply with the exact plugins you used for these totorials, They will totally help us to speed up development process. Thanks again for your great work.

    Please upload more theme development tutorials.

  2. Ryan left a comment on June 1, 2016 at 5:29 pm |

    You are great man, I have been working in other people’s premium theme and having a nightmare everytime want to customize it. Thats why i always wanted to create my own theme but I didnt fine any tutorials worth until this!

    This is crazy good, short and sweet and to the point. I love bootstrap. This is going to change things for me now.

    Thank you so much, You are doing a great great job please keep it up.

    I am waiting for your fourth series and also looking forward to create a premium quality wordpress themes by learning from you.

    Please keep it up. And thanks for NEPAL theme, Thats a great effort from you. I am from Nepal and thank you for what you have done.


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  4. Ranjeet left a comment on May 31, 2015 at 2:18 pm |

    Awesome tutorial sir…

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