CSS Modules lets you write and use simple class names rather than remembering and maintaining long unique class names for every component. CSS Modules mutates all of your classnames from each partials into new, completely unique classnames that will not conflict when they are bundled together into your main CSS file. Then, a JSON file is generated that maps the happy classnames from each file to the unique classname in the combined file. You load this map in PHP, and begin using the easy-to-remember classnames as you wish.
|mkdir site-name && cd site-name && touch vvv-hosts && echo "site-name.dev" >> vvv-hosts && touch wp-cli.yml && echo "path: htdocs" >> wp-cli.yml && mkdir htdocs && cd htdocs|
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|wp core config --dbname=site-name --dbuser=root --dbpass=root|
|wp db create|
|wp core install --url=site-name.dev --title=Site --admin_user=admin --admin_password=password --email@example.com|
This is a jQuery solution for responsive tables to be used in WordPress. Originally posted on http://zurb.com/playground/projects/responsive-tables/index.html.
The following files are required in order for this responsive tables solution to function correctly.
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