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If you have to develop WordPress themes on a regular basis then I have no doubt that you too have experienced the tedium that goes with re-writing the same code over and over again. It doesn’t matter how excited you are about a new project or even how much you love web design, having to repeatedly do the same basic coding for every single theme can be really, really annoying. Of course there are frameworks that you could use that will take the pain away, but these may offer too much functionality. What if you want just a basic nuts and bolts theme with everything unnecessary stripped out and leaving only WordPresses base structure with some basic CSS styling? Then you will need a WordPress Blank theme.
With the advent of sophisticated and user-friendly content management systems like WordPress, textual content has become increasingly easier to manage. The architecture of these systems aims to deliver a well-formed code foundation; this means that if you are a good writer, then your content will be just as awesome as the structure and quality of the code that runs it. However, media handling is, by nature, not the greatest. In many cases, images are used merely to make the website look good, not to supplement the content. Little care is usually taken to make these elements as useful as their textual counterparts.
When WordPress 3.0 was released in June 2010, it became a hot property within few minutes of release. Bloggers went gaga over the new features like custom backgrounds, headers, shortlinks and many more as the counting goes on. WordPress 3.0 Themes covers almost all the features you are looking for, and why not? WordPress 3.0 is the thirteenth major release of WordPress and the result of half a year of hard work by 218 contributors.
HTML5 is the advance and latest version of HTML and it has multiple new and fresh techniques than HTML. HTML, this is the basic programing language for start designing. If designers have good command on this programing language, they can learn any designing language easily.
By Rahul Banker on April 26, 2011 There are thousands of WordPress themes available for free and as a premium themes as well but to choose the best out of them is kind of a difficult task and as I provide you a list of those best looking free WordPress premium themes, I am here again with my list of those amazing looking free WordPress premium themes with download links. Check out them and start using any of them if you like but I must say that they’re all gorgeous
There are many graphic designers, such as logo designers, business card designers, and print designers, who do not have enough knowledge of HTML and CSS to code for WordPress. There are other artists, photographers and many more that are looking to share their work with the web. In this article we will be sharing some of the great looking FREE portfolio themes for WordPress, so you can use WordPress as your portfolio site. To download the theme click on the theme name, and to preview the theme’s demo click on the image.