A plugin that uses the WordPress shortcode API to let you easily link to posts or pages within your WP-powered blog by ID. It’s great for those times when you change a post or page slug but don’t want broken links elsewhere.
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.
Currently, WordPress has very little to offer for users wanting to run a membership site. I’d like to see that change. I’m looking for developers that are willing to take on the project.
Here’s a few reasons why my Options WordPress theme is one of my least favorite themes.
Jeff Chandler at Weblog Tools Collection wrote a post titled Stop Blaming the WordPress Team, in which he basically argues that the users shouldn’t blame the WordPress developers if a plugin breaks with an upgrade.
How to filter
the_content() function in WordPress and switch it to excerpts with a child theme.
I told you I’d have a new theme club sometime or another, didn’t I?
Well, here it is — ThemeHybrid.com
I just stopped by WordPress Extend to find a few “ideas” to rate down, which is part of my nightly routine.
Tonight, I was a bit surprised to see that there was a new WordPress Themes Directory.
WordPress 2.6 (Tyner) is out, which means it’s time for a round of WordPress theme and plugin updates.
No, this isn’t another post promoting my Options theme. It’s about theme options pages.
Anybody that’s used one of my themes knows about the all-important theme options page, or, as I like to call it, the theme settings page.