155 Wordpress Resources, Tutorials, Plugins, Themes, AJAX, Podcasting…WP Monster List. This list below has took me a few weeks to compile, I have sifted the net and came up with 155 of the best WordPress Resources, covering, tutorials,plugins, themes, WP and AJAX, forums, podcasting, WP and DIGG (social bookmarking)…and on…and the list goes on and on… I think I have covered everything. Everything here for the novice all the way up to the expert. Essential Requirements and Installation 1. Download Latest Version of WordPress (currently WP2.5.1). 2. Or, you can download previuos versions of WP (from version 0.71 and upwards). 3. Install WordPress Locally (this is the only real way you can test anything) 11. Lets get a Quality (FREE) WordPress Theme, try these… 15.
What about all those free Magazine Style Themes I’ve been hearing about? 22. If you can, download themes from the authors own website. We have a great looking site, now lets make it secure with some plugins 29. Lets get a decent Contact Form Plugin for your Contact Page 33. What about some Widgets for the Sidebar 35. 37. WordPress. In this post, I will show you a simple way to add a distraction-free “Reading Mode” to your blog.
You can see the end result on this Reading Mode demo site (Click the highlighted “Reading Mode” link). The purpose of adding a feature like this is to enable a visitor to remove all the clutter of your site, and focus solely on the post itself. In an ideal world; there would never be a need for such a feature. In reality though, sites have numerous other goals to achieve, such as brand building, serving ads, promoting other content etc. In this way, you can compromise between the two. Wordpress Spirit. WPRecipes. CatsWhoCode.com. Although WordPress have an effective built-in comment management interface, for several tasks like deleting bulk comments it is way easier and quicker to use SQL.
In this article, I’m going to show you some super useful SQL queries to manage your WordPress comments more easily. Despite its open source nature, WordPress sill has its limitations. There’s always 1 or 2 things you wish you could change about a specific theme, but if you’re not an experienced developer, it can be a nightmare to figure out how to make those changes. Today, I’ll showcase a great tool named Ultimatum which can help you creating complex WordPress themes with no coding. Do you want your blog or site to look really cool for the new year? 2013 has been a very exiting year for the WordPress community and tons of super handy code snippets, hacks and tips were published.
Social networks are a very important way to publicize your blog and attract new visitors. “Flat” design is the new trend in modern web design. Codex. WPBeginner - Beginner's Guide for WordPress. Thèmes WordPress. Nenuno creative. Posted on September 27, 2012 by Hans It’s no doubt WordPress is the most widely used open source CMS system in today’s internet.
With thousands of free and premium themes, you can greatly expedites your development process of your eCommerce website in a professional way. The benefit is obvious to use WordPress eCommerce Themes vs traditional eCommerce system, esp. for small business. Continue Reading Posted on January 22, 2012 by Hans Twitter is a powerful media that is very important to bloggers. Continue Reading Posted on March 31, 2011 by Hans In WordPress, if you want to design a unique theme for posts, you may think about using Custom Post Types. Continue Reading Posted on February 21, 2011 by Daniel Nearly all paid and free premium WordPress themes come with a content slider in one form or another. Continue Reading Posted on February 14, 2011 by Daniel Continue Reading Posted on December 6, 2010 by Daniel Continue Reading Posted on November 28, 2010 by Daniel Continue Reading Continue Reading.
The WordPress Experts. WordPress Developer's Toolbox - Smashing WordPress. Advertisement Web designers and developers are getting an increasing number of requests from clients for custom theme development, and a growing number of designers are also building their own themes to distribute for free or to sell as premium themes.
With all of the WordPress development that is going on, there is a need for an organized collection of resources to educate, inspire and equip developers to improve the quality and efficiency of their work. This post provides all kinds of WordPress-related resources to do just that. 1. Helpful Resources While there are all kinds of resources available for Web designers and developers, these are especially nice to have on hand when working with WP themes. The WordPress Help Sheet This is a nice resource to refer back to when you are developing themes. The Advanced WordPress Help Sheet A slightly more advanced version of the help sheet. WordPress Template Tag Reference Guide This is a handy guide to have nearby when you’re building a theme. 2.