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Using tabs in a user interface can help you better organize content, so it’s only natural that WordPress themes that have a lot of options would benefit from tabs on their settings page. In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a tabbed settings page, and you’ll get to download a WordPress theme that implements the code. Overview To get a quick grasp of the tabs we’ll be creating, go to Appearance/Themes in the WordPress admin area. You will find two tabs there: “Manage Themes” and “Install Themes.”
WordPress, de loin le premier script de blog au monde en nombre d’utilisateurs, a tellement évolué depuis ses débuts qu’il est aujourd’hui extensible à l »infini, ce qui le rend capable de presque tout faire en termes d’applications web. Même si sa vocation première reste le développement facilité de blogs et de sites d’information, certains n’hésitent WordPress , de loin le premier script de blog au monde en nombre d’utilisateurs, a tellement évolué depuis ses débuts qu’il est aujourd’hui extensible à l »infini, ce qui le rend capable de presque tout faire en termes d’applications web.
Over the coming weeks (months depending on time), we will be releasing a series of tutorials on how to create a website in WordPress starting from the very beginning: the design phase in Photoshop. This first part will show you how to create a grunge-style blog in Adobe Photoshop. Then a second part will follow that will show you how to slice the site in HTML/CSS. The third and final part will show you how to implement that code in WordPress. Let’s begin this series with Part I – Design. Laying out the grunge
Table Of Content Below is the index of the topics that we will go through:
Recently I asked you what you’d like to learn how to do, and one reader asked about the process of taking a mockup of a site into WordPress. There are quite a few good tutorials out there and you’ll want to read several as you’ll pick up different ideas and tips from each one. Anyway, this is my process: Create your mockup When mocking up the site, always keep CSS in the back of your mind. Don’t let it stifle your creativity, but do keep in mind you’re going to have to translate your design into code and considering how you’re going to make that happen as you’re creating it is helpful.
Update: We’ve created a second edition of this popular tutorial! It contains updated code samples, coverage of the latest theme development techniques, and more. Check it out at The ThemeShaper WordPress Theme Tutorial: 2nd Edition .
Following on from the recent article on “PSD to HTML”, this tutorial will look at taking a HTML/CSS template and turning it into a functioning WordPress theme. There is so much you can do when creating your own theme we couldn’t nearly cover it all. So, we’re going to look at how themes are structured, creation of the core files and splitting up that index.html file. Overview – The Structure Of A Theme The structure of a WordPress theme is fairly simple, I like to start with the CSS file.