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WordPress WordPress Theme Development Working with CSS and JS in WordPress Themes Adding CSS to a Theme Via the functions.php File

Jackson Holiday Wheeler
Jackson Holiday Wheeler
721 Points

What is foundations.css?


Not sure where to find foundations.css and normalize.css. They aren't in the twentyfifteen theme folders, or any others that I can find.


2 Answers

Jackson Holiday Wheeler
Jackson Holiday Wheeler
721 Points

Thank you for your quick answer! So did I miss something in the tutorials? Should I be working on the theme in the foundation framework? What I'm not quite understanding is what I missed and where we should have obtained those files from to begin with.

Thanks again!

You didn't miss anything. Zac snuck that one in there!

Many developers will use a framework like Foundation for Sites or Bootstrap to quickly get started with basic CSS and JS that is used for most projects but you can customize easily. I use Bootstrap on every one of my projects.