Création de thèmes
After a few years (or even months) of designing and developing WordPress themes, especially for clients, you start to realize that a lot of the functionality can be standardized or distilled down into a “starter theme or kit”. This helps get the development process started and moving along apace. The best first step in doing this, I’ve found, is to nail down most of the common functions and include them in the functions.php .
La gestion des galeries photos sous WordPress est restée très sommaire dans sa gestion. Il est notamment impossible de gérer de multiples galeries associées à un article / page sous WordPress. Pourtant, il existe un moyen simple et rapide pour insérer un nombre illimité de galeries que voici. Un de mes derniers projets consistait à présenter des photos sous forme de galeries simples dans une page WordPress.
WordPress has been gaining a foothold in the general content management system (CMS) game for a few years now, but the real breakthrough was the custom post type mechanism which allows for the creation of a wide variety of content. Let’s take a look at how this came to be and all the options that this great functionality offers. Some of the custom post types you can create in WordPress. What It Used To Be Like
Lately, more and more people are asking us how to translate a WordPress theme into a language other than English. And with an estimated 2 billion people now online , it’s no wonder. Fortunately, it’s a fairly straightforward process, and I’ve boiled it down into 3 simple steps. This tutorial assumes the WordPress theme to be translated has been localized using the the GNU gettext framework . In other words, the theme is ready to be translated. If your theme has not been localized, you’ll need to go through each theme file and convert all English language text into a gettext function.
When working with a non-technical client, you often end up telling them well the login url is yourdomain.com/wp-login.php. Some folks suggest /wp-admin/ instead of the wp-login.php url. Wouldn’t it be so much better if you can just tell your clients to go to yoursite.com/login/.
Aujourd’hui, je vous propose une solution originale pour permettre à vos visiteurs d’explorer votre site, et d’augmenter leur durée de visite. C’est également un bon moyen de redonner de la visibilité à d’anciens articles, notamment si vous en avez rédigé beaucoup. Tout cela grâce à un petit bout de code et à un lien à ajouter où vous le souhaitez !
As a Web designer, I often find myself building WordPress-based websites that will ultimately be updated and maintained by clients who have little to no experience working with HTML. While the TinyMCE rich-text editor is great for giving Web content managers of any skill level the tools they need to easily style and publish their posts to a degree, creating anything beyond a single column of text with a few floated images generally requires at least a basic understanding of HTML. This article shows you an easy-to-implement trick that enables even the least tech-savvy of clients to manage multi-column content layouts within the comfort of the WYSIWIG editor. And for you advanced users, it’s still a great way to standardize and streamline your content entry.
Whether you’re developing WordPress themes for yourself, for a client, or to sell commercially, having the ability to customize aspects of your theme via the WordPress control panel makes your theme infinitely flexible and many times more versatile and appealing. By giving backend users access to options that otherwise would involve delving into the php template files to change layout, logo image, colors, and any number of other options. A convenient options panel can be added to any theme by some easy additions to your theme’s functions.php file. The methods discussed here will only apply to WordPress 2.8 or above.
Many of us will be in this situation, where we have to split the content into multiple pages for better accessibility. Luckily wordpress supports pagination concept and we can implement it on the fly using this simple code below <?
In your WordPress theme folder, there lays the most powerful theme file known as functions.php . As the name suggests, this file adds unique functions to your WordPress installation. This file works just like a plugin within your theme. So you can modify/override WordPress core features without editing any core file.
WordPress 3 introduced custom taxonomies as a core feature. The following release of 3.1 included many features to enhance support of custom taxonomies. Better import and export handling, advanced queries with tax_query , hierarchical support, body classes and a bunch of wonderful functions to play with were all part of the package. Let’s take an in-depth look at how to create your own custom taxonomies in WordPress, including a few advanced development examples that you can begin using in your WordPress themes and plugins today.