As a WordPress professional, I am constantly looking for ways to speed up my workflow. The Genesis Framework is one of my favorite time savers, sometimes cutting my development time in half. I have now been using the Genesis framework for over a year now, and it keeps getting better and better. Adding Schema and HTML5 syntax in their recent 2.0 release has made Genesis an even more integral tool for SEO-conscious developers.
A few months ago a colleague of mine mentioned a Genesis starter theme, called Genesis Sandbox. Developed by Jonathan Perez and Travis Smith, Genesis Sandbox combines the ease of Genesis Development with the flexibility of other modern web tools. Here is a list of features:
- Responsive Grids
- Smooth Scrolling
- Twitter Bootstrap
- Font Awesome
- And Much more…
Announcing Bootstrap 3.0 Support!
I’m proud to announce that I will be contributing to the Genesis Sandbox project. The first thing that i’ll be doing is adding support for bootstrap 3.0(.2) support to the theme. This will include updates for current functions such as buttons and alerts, but I plan on adding newer features such as glyphicons, labels, pagination and more… My goal is to port as much functionality as I can into Genesis Sandbox to speed up the front end development process as much as possible.
Are there other features that you would like to see in Genesis Sandbox? Leave a comment and lets start a discussion.