If your using the Google font library on your WordPress theme, I wanted to use this article as an opportunity to better explore how you should be including the fonts within the theme. The Google libary has so many great fonts, its common to see WordPress themes using them, but its important to use them right within the theme.
Think of a WordPress child theme, as a theme within your theme, so a parent theme containing a child theme. This child theme will inherit all the functionality of the parent theme. It sounds a little confusing, but in this WordPress tutorial I’ll show you it’s actually pretty easy to create a child theme for your current theme and once you understand why you should create a child theme, its a real no-brainer and it really should be pushed as standard practice.
In this WordPress tutorial I will show you how to easily add a new Custom Post Type to you site, this new WordPress post type will be called ‘Portfolio’ and as the name suggests will allow you to add portfolio items to your site which you will then be able to query and show to the end user.
A majority of WordPress themes support custom post types which allow you to easily separate your content, for example – blogs, products, support staff ect. This flexibility provides a perfect platform for businesses to consider WordPress as a viable CMS to power their site.
Today I have bought you a specilised selection of WordPress themes that are perfect for businesses, I have focused on collecting themes that have additional functionality built in, for example – post types this allows you to easily display your work or products, company details and blog.
The design of your business theme is also paramount, in addition to featuring specific functionality within these WordPress themes, I have also been on the hunt for big, bold designs that serve to grab the users attention and really shift attention to your work.
Custom post types aren’t something strictly defined. Basically it is any type of content you use in your blog. For example, WordPress comes with some default post types you’re probably familiar like blog posts, pages, attachments, navigation menus and more.
With custom post types you have the possibility to create more interesting and unusual user experience in your blog by expressing more creativity using them. Custom post types allow users to easily create and manage such things as portfolios, projects, real estate listings, event calendar, quotes, ticket system, and whatever you can imagine.
In this list I would like to share 15 useful WordPress tutorials for creating custom post types for any kind of your projects.
Creating a WordPress custom admin option panel is a great way to enable your clients to easily update their site design elements and layout without changing the core code. A majority of premium WordPress themes now come loaded with many various custom options, if you are in the process of creating your own WordPress theme why not build your own options panel into your theme.
In this tutorial you can watch as I walk you through exactly how to easily build your own WordPress Theme. This is the final post in the three part WordPress tutorial series, detailing how to create your own WordPress theme. You should look at the past two tutorials where I have showed you how to […]
I am currently in the process of creating a clean and minimal WordPress theme, in my first post I provided you with a walk through on process of the design. In this post you can follow me convert the final psd file to HTML and CSS and implement the jQuery library. Next week you can follow me as I convert the theme to WordPress!
This is the first post of a three part series, in which I will walk you through the three key stages of creating your own unique WordPress Theme. In this post I will be creating the design for the WordPress theme in Photoshop, next week I will be converting the PSD to HTML and in the third week making the site function in WordPress.