Creating a Wordpress Theme
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By Jean-Baptiste Jung RSS is one of those technologies that are extremely simple yet extremely powerful. Currently, RSS is the de facto standard for blog syndication, and it is used widely in both personal and corporate settings; for example, in blogs.
Tweet Images and photos are an integral part of almost every successful blog these days. If your text isn’t accompanied by images, few people are going to be interested in what you’ve got to say- it’s sad, but true. The problem is, with so many people uploading images to their blogs in interesting and unique ways, it’s hard to make your blog stand out unless you’re doing the same. WordPress doesn’t make it easy for you to engage your readers with images. You’re going to have to look beyond core to the hundreds of image/photo based plugins available to make your blog highly visual.
So you just picked up a copy of the wonderful Thesis WordPress theme framework , installed it, and don’t quite know where to begin.
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In our previous articles on WordPress hacks, we discussed the incredible flexibility of WordPress, which is one of the biggest reasons for its popularity among bloggers worldwide. Custom fields in particular, which let users create variables and add custom values to them, are one of the reasons for WordPress’ flexibility.
To handle a blog these days can be quite difficult if you are not well-organized and you don’t spend enough time managing it. That’s why there are plugins for WordPress. They literally make your job lot easier and if you work well with them you can put them to work for you.
There are many WordPress Admin Plug-ins out there, but with each upgrade WordPress is improved thus rendering plug-ins unusable or the developer stops upgrading the plug-in. It’s a chore to go through the plug-ins to see what is still usable and compatible. The following list contains plug-ins that are still very handy to handle your WordPress website/weblog. Ozh’ Admin Drop Down Menu Transforms the admin menu into drop downs saving your some extra clicks.
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The admin area is where you spend most of your time when working on your website or blog. So it’s worth considering using one of the many plugins available which improve the admin experience. Today I will be showing you 10 plugins for WordPress which will improve the admin area and increase productivity and your user experience.
Customizing the Read More Languages : English • 日本語 • Português do Brasil • ( Add your language ) If you have set your WordPress site to display post excerpts on the front or home page, you will want visitors to click on the title or a link to encourage them to continue reading your post or article, right? WordPress makes this technique easy, and customizable. The Excerpt Basics
Not only once, it has been said that displaying full posts on your blog home page, category pages or archive pages increases the chance of being penalized for duplicate content. In WordPress, using post excerpts has proven to be a good alternative, but one that has its downsides: You lose control over text formatting; Images won’t be displayed; If you don’t take time to write them yourself, WordPress might not select the most appropriate fragments; Readers might not be convinced to further click, if the excerpt is not attractive enough. Better Post Excerpts If you’re concerned about your writing style, you’ll most definitely take care about how you structure your posts, where you insert images and how you write the introductory paragraph. With these in mind, you basically got yourself a very good post excerpt, one that you should not leave to WordPress to decide when and where to cut.
This is an outline of major elements on a thematic page. It includes most div elements, theme actions and hooks, and widget areas. head thematic_doctitle(), thematic_create_contenttype(), thematic_show_description(), thematic_show_robots(), thematic_canonical_url(), thematic_create_stylesheet(), thematic_show_rss(), thematic_show_commentsrss(), thematic_show_pingback(), thematic_show_commentreply(), wp_head()
Ever thought you could make some improvements to your RSS feed? Like letting it cover more (or less!) content? Or adding some extra details onto the end of your posts? In this post, I’m going to show you how to do exactly that. Here’s what we’ll be covering:
You’ve may have noticed a design change here at RepeatGeek , if you’ve visited before. I have been exploring different WordPress frameworks to build my website around and I finally decided upon Thematic. My decision to go with Thematic was that it is extensible, stable, SEO optimized, easily configurable and most importantly FREE. In developing my child theme, I thought I would share some resources that I found useful. A Guide to Thematic – ThemeShaper This is a wiki from the Thematic creator Ian Stewart that seems a little incomplete, but does contain some useful code snippets.