For quite a long time, I’ve had an difficulty keeping track of all the cool, interesting, and useful WordPress solutions I read in posts and forums. I bookmark things, put them on Delicious, etc. but just end up forgetting where I put them and then spend time Googling around for that thing I read about 6 months ago. Finally, I got the bright idea of using a WordPress database to keep track of them all, and pretty soon I ended up with another website.
You know how sometimes you find that you’ve been doing things the hard way for a long time, and then realize that if you’d only taken the time to think about it, there was a much easier way to do it? That’s how I was with managing the images in my sites until recently.
Converting a design mockup to a WordPress theme can be a daunting process when you first start out. There are so many steps involved it can be hard to know where to begin. This overview will help with the big picture so you’re ready to dive in and create a great theme.
Every time I set up a new site with WordPress I love it more. I’m continually amazed at how flexible and well-designed it is. Many Read More »
I have had several clients tell me of bad experiences with designers in the past who were difficult to work with and they didn’t feel Read More »
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I like the idea of a sideblog- there are always little things that I think are cool, or posts I’ve written for other sites that Read More »
Recently a reader asked how to add the time of a post to a theme, so I thought I would give a basic overview of Read More »
With the release of my DIYTheme last week, I promised I would show you step by step how to customize it. I know there are Read More »