Let’s continue on our journey of developing our custom WordPress theme
In the video above I demonstrate how to incorporate the bootstrap navigation and drop-down effect with the underscores started theme. This can be a tricky feature to implement since the way bootstrap handles navigation doesn’t typically work well with the way WordPress handles navigation by default. But there is always a work around.
You will also notice that I’m using a different code editor in the video demonstration from what I’ve used in the past. For years I’ve been using the Atom text editor which provides the functionality and productivity enhancements most developers would need.
But recently, I started using the Visual Studio code editor which has a lot of great features built into it. While I’m still you new to using the Visual Studio code editor, it’s very easy to use once installed and there’s a lot of documentation that can guide you along the way. Once I get more familiar with the text editor I will do a demonstration comparing the Atom text editor versus Visual Studio code.
Watch the video above so you can see how to effectively utilize the bootstrap navigation with the underscores started theme. If you want to get the files and folders that I’m working with, you can find them right here at DevWP
Hopefully you find the video helpful.