I’m about to go all WordPress Geek 2.5 on y’all now. So, if you don’t want to look at PHP code or have no clue what a widget is, then you might want to take a break from this post.
I’ve heard a lot of moaning and complaining about the new WordPress dashboard. Some of these complaints are valid, such as the need for the dashboard to be either centered or fluid-width for users with larger screens.
I want to argue the other side of one of the major complaints I’ve read about — the widgets panel. And, I’m the last person one might expect to defend anything 2.5-related after my recent upgrade hassles.
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I know quite a few of you have been waiting for me to deliver on my promise in the forums to put up a showcase of your work, so here it is — the best mods of the Options theme.
I finally finished this thing. I could probably work on it another week or two and never be fully satisfied. It seems that every moment longer I work on it, I learn something new. I figured I’d better just go ahead and release this version, or I’ll be working for the next half year and […]
I think some of you have already noticed that I didn’t release the latest version of the Options theme by the end of the week. Don’t fret. I’ve been hard at work. Really, really hard. Now, that should excuse me from releasing this thing, right? When will I release it? Very soon. My official plan […]
That’s right. I said “new groove.” I thought it’d at least be a catchy post title. So, what’s this all about? The Options WordPress theme is almost out of beta. I’ve foregone some of the planned smaller releases and am jumping ahead to the official release this week. With over 6,000 downloads of the beta […]
I was recently asked to participate along with quite a few other designers in answering a not-so-simple question — Where will WordPress themes go in the future? Ian Stewart put together a panel of leaders in the WordPress theming community to answer this question, and I was happy to participate. We all added our opinions […]
One of the things I’ve wanted to address is whether the