|Folder / File name||Description|
|Createx||Folder contains all template source and production files.|
|Createx / assets||This folder holds all assets files both source and production versions.|
|Createx / components||Createx UI Kit - all the components with code snippets.|
|Createx / construction||Construction Bureau Demo HTML files.|
|Createx / creative-agency||Creative Agency Demo HTML files.|
|Createx / ecommerce||E-Commerce Demo HTML files.|
|Createx / online-courses||Online Courses Demo HTML files.|
|Createx / seo-agency||SEO & Marketing Agency Demo HTML files.|
|Createx / documentation||Documentation you are reading now.|
|Createx / assets / vendor||This folder contains all vendor plugins'
|Createx / assets / scss||This folder contains all project
|Createx / assets / js||This folder contains main
|Createx / assets / img||Folder contains all graphic assets like images, icons, etc. divided into subfolders:
|Createx / assets / font||This folder contains Icon font files as well as
|Createx / assets / css||Here you'll find compiled
|Createx / package.json||File contains meta data about your app or module. Most importantly, it includes the list of dependencies to install from npm repository when running npm install.|
|Createx / gulpfile.js||Configuration file for Gulp. It contains all Gulp tasks you will perform while working on Createx based project. Learn more about it from Working with Gulp section or official Gulp documentation.|
Whether you work with Node.js and Gulp or not you can still take advantage of SCSS (CSS preprocessor).
In this case you might want to learn hot to use Sass (Scss).