I’m finally breaking down and getting up from the couch. It’s about time I get myself back into shape. Here’s my story.
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.
For the first 100 users to sign up for the exclusive membership at Theme Hybrid, I’m knocking off $15, which puts the price tag at a cheap $10 a year. That’s practically giving away memberships.
In this fourth post of the If you were a WordPress theme developer series, I ask users what plugins should be supported within themes. Join the discussion and let us know what you’d add support for if you created themes.
In this third post of the If you were a WordPress theme developer series, I’m asking users to share their ideas about WordPress widgets. What areas of a theme should come widgetized?
What should be added to every theme’s Error 404 template? This is the second part in a series called If you were a WordPress theme developer…
If you were the theme designer instead of the theme user, what would you add to a theme? In this first post of a new series, I want users to imagine they are the developers.
If you’ve ever needed to have two installations of WordPress but share the same users across both installations, this is how you do it. It’s actually no harder than adding two lines to the
wp-config.php of the second installation.
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.