Using the TukuToi Gutenberg Layouts Plugin you can design entire Template Layouts in the WordPress Backend.
To render them, you don’t need a costly and very complicated WordPress Theme. You just need a minimal WordPress theme holding a style.css file, a header.php and footer.php file, plus an index.php and 404.php template. These templates can be very minimal like shown below.
Important is the specific method to render TukuToi Gutenberg Layouts, which must be inserted just after the respective
get_header() calls in the templates.
To create a Theme or adapt a Theme to render TukuToi Gutenberg Layouts, you’ll barely need 15 minutes.
style.css – Should be created as defined by WordPress Codex
header.php – Should be created as defined by WordPress Codex, but only until and inclusive the
A great example can be seen here
footer.php – Should be created as defined by WordPress Codex, but you will not include any markup unless closing
html tag, which are inserted just after
404.php – Should not be created as defined by WordPress Codex. You should include only 3 lines of code in the
index.php or any other template like
get_header( ); //include header.php
echo tkt_the_template($template_id);//Render our TukuToi Blocks Template
get_footer( ); //include footer.php
That’s it, the theme is now ready for TukuToi Blocks Templates full site editing features.