Posted by : Magnus Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Reverie: Versatile HTML5 Responsive WordPress Framework
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 follows HTML5 Boilerplate standard and is hNews microformat ready. It is optimized for Search Engine while at the same time improve readability.
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. Did I just mentioned Reverie works well with bbPress 2.0, even without styling?
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 and caption. You can view the features list by scrolling down.
Reverie utilizes Foundation’s grid to implement layouts. It is quite easy to start building your own layouts (like this page). You can read Foundation’s documentation for how to implement these cool features.

Basic features

  • HTML5 Boilerplate standard and is hNews microformat ready.
  • Optimized for SEO.
  • Basic CSS included, you can also use it as a finished theme.
  • Foundation files are separate, you can update Foundation without any problems. Of course, is is always a good idea to have some backups.

WordPress features

  • Clean image HTML output for TinyMCE, only class and alt are returned. Post title will be automatically used for alt.
  • Custom menu output for ZURB’s sub nav.
  • Custom caption output for HTML5 figure and figcaption tags.
  • Custom filter for images, will automatically wrap images with figure tag.
  • Two Widget: sidebar and footer.
  • Two menus: top navigation menu and footer information menu.
  • Template structure inspired by Roots. Separated loops from templates, for better WordPress practice.
  • bbPress.php included, compatible with bbPress 2.0. Looks good even without styling. Visit ThemeFortress forum for example.
  • Several custom page templates are included in the package. A folder named custom is used for storing all your custom page templates. You can share your custom templates in the forum.
  • Looks good but what if you don’t need these features? Sure, you can turn them off.

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