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Anatomy of A WordPress Themes

By • May 18th, 2014 • Category: Life, World

WordPress themes A while ago, we introduced to you the concept of creating a WordPress theme from HTML. We split the tutorial into two parts, and you can check out the first installation here and the second here. Today we are all about fleshing out the two tutorials, so feel free to regard this post […]

Migrating A Website To WordPress

By • May 17th, 2014 • Category: Life, Tech

Now powering over 17% of the Web, WordPress is increasingly becoming the content management system (CMS) of choice for the average user. But what about websites built with an outdated CMS or without a CMS at all? Does moving to WordPress mean starting over and losing all the time, energy and money put into the […]

Create A Tab Widget In WordPress

By • May 17th, 2014 • Category: Entertainment, Life

In this WordPress tutorial, you’ll learn how to create the Tabber widget, which is very useful for when multiple widgets need to fit in a sidebar. It saves space and streamlines the appearance and functionality of your WordPress-powered website. In the past, there were different methods of doing this, most of which were theme-dependent. As […]

The WordPress Theme Customizer

By • May 17th, 2014 • Category: Life

In case you missed it, WordPress release 3.4 included a very exciting new development: the Theme Customizer. This allows users to tweak theme settings using a WYSIWYG interfaceand customize the theme so it includes the colors, fonts, text — and pretty much anything else — they want. WordPress 3.4 allows you to make extensive customizations […]

What would it Take for WordPress to Lose Dominance?

By • Jul 25th, 2013 • Category: Entertainment, Life

  WordPress 4.1 Release Candidate is now available for download which includes the new default theme Twenty Fifteen, you can read about what else is new with it here. Or download it here. I love this new default theme, a huge step back in the right direction ( I thought Twenty Fourteen was awful ). […]