WET operates on the principle of progressive enhancement, and implements well-established techniques increasing the accessibility and usability of web content. If you are new to WET, please begin with our Getting Started section, which contains information on how to to download, use or contribute to the toolkit. Otherwise, see the Reference section below.
WET features reference
Notes and other resources
- Project documentations and design decision
- contributing guidelines
- Websites using WET
- Communications material
- Terms and conditions (MIT license)
Guidelines to create or edit WET features
- Any and all descriptions, guides, or instructions for WET should be included as HTML files in this repository.
- Follow the documentation example template.
- At least one working example should be provided for each WET feature, theme or component. Additional examples should be provided for each parameter or option.
- If you have any question, consider to meet the WET team during one of our weekly Tuesday code sprint.
Notice about WET v3.1
As of September 23, 2014, version 3.1 of the Web Experience Toolkit is no longer supported. The source code and documentation have been moved to the wet-boew-legacyrepository.
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