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Among blogging applications, WordPress probably has the largest number of great-looking themes to use. Still, there are hundreds of free and even open source web templates not yet converted to work with WordPress. Knowing how to make this themes work with WordPress broadens your choice of design to use for your blog. Converting a web template is fairly easy if you take the time to learn how to do it. I wrote this guide for someone like me a few months back — eager to use a great looking web design and yet not knowing how to start converting it to work with WordPress. If you want to view a video tutorial on how I turned this open source web design into this WordPress theme , click here for the blog post . How to convert any web template into a WordPress theme
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The Ultimative Guide For the_post_thumbnail In WordPress 2.9 - Edit, Crop, Designers, Theme, Here, Have December 18th, 2009 by Michael • WordPress Tutorials • 107 Comments WordPress 2.9 RC1 is released and the new post thumbnail function will not change until the final version hopefully. I was chatting a little bit with Sergej Müller last night and we were trying some things out. We found out the following things: Edit: Some little changes, see Matt's comment . You can provide 4 picture formats to the function (change the width and height values to your need): the_post_thumbnail ( array ( 100 , 100 )); the_post_thumbnail ( array ( 300 , 200 )); the_post_thumbnail ( array ( 600 , 400 )); the_post_thumbnail ();
If you are a theme designer, or just enjoy customizing your existing WordPress theme, it can sometimes be a hassle digging around for the WordPress code you need. I’ve spent a lot of time on this site collecting various snippets of code since launch and decided that it would probably be more convenient and useful to people if I was to consolidate them all into one post for easy reference. Here are the snippets of code I’ve managed to collect. If you have any WordPress code you’d like me to add, please leave a comment below! Display Recent Posts Here is the code you need to display the most recent 5 posts: Huge Compilation of WordPress Code
In general, taxonomies are used to arrange, classify and group things. By default, Taxonomies in WordPress are tags and categories that WordPress is using for the posts. Apart from these two, WordPress makes it possible for theme developers to create their own taxonomies which are created within the functions.php theme file. This is what we are going to cover today. The Essential Guide to WordPress 3.0 Custom Taxonomies
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WordPress - Six Revisions Free Resources to Help You Build Your Next WordPress Site WordPress is a popular website publishing platform. What once was primarily a blogging system has now evolved into a flexible and robust CMS used by both small businesses and large corporations alike. continue reading » 5 Tools for Managing Multiple WordPress Sites from One Location
If you’re looking for a way to take full advantage of the new WordPress 3.0 custom menu and background features, then keep reading. Learn how to integrate the WordPress 3.0 custom menu and make it backwards compatible for older WordPress versions. Also learn how to implement the new “header background image”; all with detailed examples, codes, and pictures. Add WordPress 3.0 Menu Navigation (and make it backwards compatible!) I’ve read a couple different tutorials on how to implement the new menu navigation, but none of them have been detailed or shown how to write backwards compatible code. How to add Backwards Compatible WordPress 3.0 Features to Your Theme
25 Useful CSS/Wordpress Snippets Throughout my years of being involved in web design and development, I have come across a wide range of code snippets. The more useful ones, I tend to save for later use. I use Code Collector Pro to manage all of my snippets that I keep in one easy place. Here are a bunch of the snippets that I use on a regular basis to save time and be more efficient in coding. Feel free to leave a comment with a snippet that you use often, that I might have missed, or if there is a better coding solution to one that I cover
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In version 2.9, WordPress introduced one of my all-time favorite pieces of functionality for themes: theme-supported features. I haven’t seen many theme developers taking advantage of this useful feature. And, I haven’t really been putting this awesome functionality to the test until recently. Theme-supported features allow theme developers to declare that their themes support specific features in WordPress with a quick, simple line of code. But, that’s not what really gets me excited about the functionality. Theme-supported features
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3rd Oct 2010 | Posted by Eko S. | 12 Comments Best WordPress Articles of The Month is up and running, this is one of the great things about working with WordPress and developing your own themes, is the community and all of the resources that are available. We hope this post will help you in solving problems on your wordpress site and as a source of inspiration to develop your wordpress site. <img src="http://www.dynamicwp.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/cover.jpg" alt="best wp articles" title="best wp articles" width="550" height="321" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-2644" /> In this month (September 2010) we collect a wide selection of fresh wordpress resources. Best WordPress Articles of September 2010