Version 1.0 is now available. There was a lot of interest expressed by users of the ScoutTroop theme in a CubScout version or at least some CubScout modifications. All updates to the theme will be noted in the updates section of the WordPress dashboard.
Please send any suggestions or comments this way.
Plans for future versions:
- Fix workaround for IE9 bug in menu drop-down.
- Forced desktop rendering on desktops to prevent unpredictability on browser window resizing.
- Darker h5 and h6 font color.
- Style the search box better.
Tags: bugs, Releases
The first site to use the ScoutPack theme is Pack 378 of Arlington, Texas. I had three boys go through that pack, and I’m glad to put it together for them.
Available free for your pack. The template is available without charge and is available as a WordPress theme. Download now and start building your troop’s website.
PLEASE READ the WordPress Theme Help Page, and save lots of time and frustration. The theme is free for Cub Scout Packs to download, install, and customize without any ‘professional’ help. If however, you would prefer to have someone else install it you can get WordPress and the ScoutPack Theme installed free.
Here are some examples from around the web:
Let us know if you are using the theme.
Free Means Free
The theme/template is free. It was provided at the request of a B.S.A. unit and is a completely free Cub Scout Pack WordPress theme. If you want to be supportive, buy some popcorn from a Cub Scout.
The theme is responsive (renders well on large screens and smartphones). It is also designed with web accessibility standards in mind. The theme has been tested on WordPress 4.2.
Someone in the CrossTimbers District asked someone in a Boy Scout troop in Arlington, Texas for a Troop Website Template. After this was done the request for a WordPress theme for Boy Scout Troops was made. Naturally a WordPress Theme for Cub Scout Packs was next.
Compatibility with most devices with HTML5 validation, CSS3 validation, and a check for all known, likely, and potential problems with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 compliance.
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