Previously on my Arvixe blog posts for Textpattern CMS, I explained how to get up and running with Bootstrap 3 and Foundation 5. Today it’s the turn of Semantic UI 2, a front-end framework that I’ve used for a couple of Textpattern projects and really enjoyed working with. This how-to works in a similar way to before, with what I consider to be an easy, straightforward way to get started with Semantic UI on Textpattern if you want to test drive it. The recommended method of using Semantic UI is with Node and Gulp, but that puts it out of the reach of many Arvixe customers on shared hosting, so the next best thing to get up and running quickly is to use the pre-compiled stylesheets from a CDN such as cdnjs. If your experience with Semantic UI is positive, you can investigate custom builds to fine-tune the code to your requirements.
Start with a standards-compliant HTML5 shell, like this: Learn More