How to organize WordPress theme code to facilitate child theming without taking any special consideration in the base theme.
Blogfolio 1.8 brings notable improvements to the layout and presentation of your blog on both small and large screens.
A great way of giving your readers a heads up on what to expect in articles containing potential trauma triggers.
Enable WordPress AJAX requests to set the language locale through WPML with this small patch.
A guide to building a website from start to finish. Get your site out instead of your hair.
Having a fully translatable WordPress theme can save you a lot of work, and here's how.
Group related posts in a topic series with a custom taxonomy; embed in your content a list of all posts in the series.
The Blogfolio theme for WordPress has finally reached a level of refinement and elegance suitable for powering Planetjon. Goodbye 3rd party themes, hello my own.
Classy, modest. A lightweight WordPress HTML5 theme geared towards portfolio-based blogging, with responsive design for mobile to large displays.
Make no mistake; if you have a web form or comment system on your site, the spambots WILL find you. They will pack the form fields with as much rubbish as they can pump out and try to send it on to you, the site owner.… Read the rest
A rather frustrating bug that I became aware of when generating navigational menus for custom post types using wp_list_pages(). The list entries aren’t decorated with useful classes denoting the current item, the parent item, and ancestor(s).
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WordPress 3.5 should be launching sometime today, and I’ve been quite pleased with the release candidates so far. This update really modernizes WordPress with much anticipated aesthetic and functional improvements. Lets take a look at what’s new.
Revamped Media Management
I’m sure I wasn’t the only one getting frustrated with WordPress’ dinosaur media uploader and management, and they’ve finally breathed some modern magic into it.… Read the rest