Always a work in progress
Yesterday I was able to change out the theme to this site. I spent most of the day just fiddling […]
Copy paste is hurting your theme
I’ve seen quite a few themes that have been doing this thing of passing an argument to the function when […]
Some theme review videos
It’s been some time since I was last able to record some video on theme reviews. The last time I […]
Working with paginate_links
It is no secret that I try to advocate the use of core functions when possible. The idea of maintaining […]
Three sliders, one option, and a few tears later
I am not a huge fan of sliders until they are used in a decent way. The only way I sort of like them is in an image gallery but even then it has to be somewhat incorporated with a lightbox, colorbox, whatever you would like to call it. These sliders are slowly becoming a…
Why theme documentation matters
So, you have a theme in the WordPress repository and have some documentation but you only have the basic information. How can you improve upon that?
WordPress Static Front Page
Setting up a front page is hard. So many things to think. Do you want a page of your latest writings to be what a visitor first encounters or do you want a static page? Perhaps a unique template so as to differentiate between the rest of the site?
Using active callbacks in the Customizer
One thing I haven’t seen many themes use is active callbacks to their advantage. What are they and how can […]
Customizer: dropdown category selection
Using the get_categories function with the customizer can be tricky. This is a code snippet to help out.
For some time I’ve noticed one thing that many people like doing. Recreating core functions. One being the_post_thumbnail(). The reason […]