Reverie Framework is an extremely versatile HTML5 WordPress framework based on ZURB's Foundation, a powerful tool for building prototypes on any kind of devices.
Reverie Framework inherits all the cool features from Foundation, and packs with several other interesting features to optimize the experience for WordPress and HTML5. Including customized output for WordPress menus, caption and pagination.
Positive. With the power of Foundation, Reverie uses media query to adjust for all kinds of devices, including phones, tablets and computers. Reverie is also optimized for iPhone and iPad. Icons and loading images will be display when you save your website as a Home Screen app.
Reverie was built with minimalism in mind, staying away from feature bloat. The framework offers two widget ares and two custom menus by default.
Stylesheet was written with the power of CSS preprocessor to keep things clean and organized. You can choose to use Scss or vanilla CSS to create your theme.
Reverie is fully responsive and follows mobile first concept.
Reverie is optimized but not heavily for SEO purpose, and to achieve that, a separate plugin is highly recommended. See the recommended plugins section at the end of the page.
You can use Reverie as either a starter theme for your project, or as a parent theme to design your own child theme. Read more about how to achieve either.
Reverie Framework is under MIT License, the same as Foundation. You are most welcomed to keep the unobtrusive nofollow footer message to help us spread the world.
Reverie Framework is based on ZURB's Foundation, one of the most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Reverie integrates firmly with Foundation with custom features. You can make easy upgrade to a newer Foundation through Compass.
It is extremely easy to create your blog, CMS, brochure and any other kind of sites with Reverie. You can see some samples on ZURB and how they make these prototypes.
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