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 […]
In the past week, an interesting discussion has started on how best to handle stylesheets in child themes. The discussion has centered around the best method for loading a parent theme stylesheet via a child theme. Morten Rand-Hendriksen kicked off the discussion in his post Challenges with the new method for inheriting parent styles in […]
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.
We’re running a pre-redesign promotion at Theme Hybrid with $10 memberships to the plugin and theme club. If you’ve been on the fence about joining, now would be a great opportunity to sign up. We’re talking a full year of plugin, theme, and WordPress support for less than $1/month. You won’t find that anywhere. ∞
I’m happy to announce that Stargazer was put on the WordPress.org featured themes list today.
In the past week, I’ve pushed out two new plugins (Registration Honeypot and Entry Views) and a theme (Twiggy) on Theme Hybrid. Go check ‘em out!
Three WordPress child themes to spruce up your blog for the holiday season.
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How themes can register multiple default background images using the WordPress custom backgrounds feature.
How to create a parent-to-child post relationship between posts belonging to two different post types in WordPress.