Yesterday, WPMU DEV published an article on WordPress theme frameworks, calling it the ultimate guide to choosing one. I was happy to find that my own Hybrid Core Framework was listed among some great projects. It even garnered some nice scores in the rankings (overall score of 4/5 stars). It’s always nice to see that […]
There has been some talk recently of setting some standards for custom post types in the WordPress community. Actually, this has been an ongoing discussion for a few years. I think I’ve made it clear that I’m a fan of this idea. So, I wanted to present my take on this discussion. I also want […]
Why the Hybrid Media Grabber is an awesome tool for theme authors who want to do cool things with media.
Why WordPress theme authors should adopt template parts instead of inserting hooks throughout their theme templates.
An argument to explain why WordPress theme authors should opt out of creating custom post types and design for plugins.
What I learned from spending a year behind the lines of the powerhouse WordPress theme marketplace, ThemeForest.
The Hybrid Core theme framework hands control of the markup and structure back to you.
The Hybrid Core Framework powers millions of Web sites. This is the first of many reasons you should be using it.
Thoughts on why the WordPress community still hasn’t fully embraced the ideals of open source.