Here’s a few reasons why my Options WordPress theme is one of my least favorite themes.
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.
I recently came across a blog meme that was going around where WordPress bloggers were tagging each other and were asked to list their top three most underrated plugins.
Unfortunately, no one tagged me.
“bbPress is still like the Wild West.”
This is what Chris Hajer had to say about bbPress in a forum topic about a year ago.
After about six complete redesigns, I’m somewhat happy with the look I’ve come up with for Project M’s new site.
The good news for you all is that I’ll probably use some of those discarded designs in future themes. I’ve went from retro to corporate, from blog to magazine style, and this is what I’ve come up with.