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March 21, 2016 at 10:06 am #239653StevenParticipant
I’m in the middle of moving over some current WordPress projects to a newly used MacBook. I have two projects that I built using the FoundationPress starter theme for WordPress. Those use gulp and I can run
npm run watchjust fine, which starts the gulp tasks just fine.
The project I’m working on now is a smaller WordPress site that I used to try out Timber. On my old iMac I had it setup with my own package.js and gulp.js files and it worked just fine. I copied everything over and got the WordPress site working, then I removed the
node_modulesdir so I could run
npm installagain to get everything linked together. Okay, that works fine. But then when I try to run
gulp, it says command not found.
I thought maybe it’s because I’m using a newer version of npm on the macbook. So I used nvm to switch to v4.x (which is what I was using on the iMac), and reinstalled npm for the project, but I get the same results.
So: gulp works in FoundationPress WordPress themes, but not my custom Timber theme. What would cause this?