How theme developers are hurting the WordPress community by bundling shortcodes that replace basic HTML.
Several developers and community members predict what the future holds for WordPress themes in 2011. You can find my predictions mixed in with the bunch. ∞
Using a custom taxonomy rather than a theme settings page to handle the front page for WordPress news themes.
Solving the big mystery of parent, child, and grandchild themes by explaining what theme frameworks really are.
capital_P_dangit() function is not only a bug but a detrimental blow to the WordPress community.
Attention to detail is one of the most valuable things a developer can do to stand out from the crowd.
By cutting off backwards compatibility, WordPress theme and plugin developers can help keep users’ sites more secure.
Should WordPress theme developers be given the same access as plugin developers on the official repository? It’s time for a bit of an upgrade and a little trust.
Wanna know what the future holds for WordPress themes? Ian Stewart asks 15 people to answer that very question.
We need to come up with standard terminology for naming widget-ready areas in WordPress as opposed to calling everything a sidebar.