DevPress just launched a new photoblogging and social networking theme called Visual. The theme was built off the awesome Hybrid Core theme framework. ∞
Should the Kirby theme be the new default WordPress theme? I’m giving it a test run here on my blog, and I have a few thoughts.
I have updated five of my WordPress plugins and the Hybrid theme along with its child themes. It’s time to update.
I created a WordPress theme framework for quite a few reasons. In this post, I’ll try to address my reasoning behind it and the benefits to both developers and end users.
After four months of hard work, I’ve finally released my Hybrid WordPress theme framework. It’s one of the most powerful WP themes in existence.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to make your comments backward compatible when designing your theme for WordPress 2.7 users.
Desert island scenario: What one feature would you add to your WordPress theme if it was the last change you ever got to make to your site?
What are really the essential settings that should go into a theme options page? In this fifth post of the If you were a WordPress theme developer series, I’m asking users what really enhances a theme.
I’ve finally finished the Options theme style that many users have waited for — a dark theme with beautiful typography set on a white background.
Here’s a few reasons why my Options WordPress theme is one of my least favorite themes.