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The WordPress Template Hierarchy - a visualization resource

The WordPress Template Hierarchy - a visualization resource

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Custom post types in WordPress One of the things I’ve been hoping would be implemented in WordPress for years is the ability to create custom content types. The inability to do this has been WordPress’ weakest point when compared to rivals in the CMS market. In WordPress 3.0, we’ll have the capability to easily create and manage content via custom post types.

20+ Eye-Catching WordPress Business Themes For Fussy Clients Multipurpose themes are a dime a dozen at ThemeForest, and Royal is just another example. Like other multipurpose themes, Royal can be customized to look however you want and the theme’s item page on ThemeForest showcases 55+ demo variations. Features include various blog layouts (default, grid, timeline, small, mosaic), different shop page layouts, testimonials widget, improved checkout process, advanced options panel, AJAX search, advanced grid system, custom product page layout, and typography options. 6 Color Matching Techniques for WordPress Web Designers There is a psychology behind the use of color. Many clients want shiny and flashy, and they choose colors because they like them. But a color they like might not have the desired effect. Color plays an important role in the success of UX. Users tend to click and scan on things that visually appeal to them. If used correctly color is pretty.

Creating a dynamic d3 visualization from the GitHub API As someone who works with data on a daily basis, I’m always impressed and inspired by interactive charts and dashboards. I’ve built plenty of dynamic dashboards within Excel and, more recently, within Google spreadsheets (here, here and here), but never my own custom web charts. I’ve wanted to learn d3 for a while, but until recently didn’t have the necessary Javascript chops to do this. This year I’ve focussed on deepening my coding skills, so I’ve finally been able to give d3 a proper go. Creating Custom Page Templates in WordPress Page templates in WordPress are a great way to add structural variations or highly customized functionality to your website. They are easy to create so newcomers can get started, but they offer enough potential to keep even seasoned professionals busy. You can get started by copying page templates from popular themes like the default WordPress theme Twenty Fourteen and tweaking, but you can also add your own styles and Javascript with ease.

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Learning from Lombardi Learning from Lombardi This was originally prepared in 2009 for a panel assembled by Alice Rawsthorn at Experimenta in Lisbon, Portugal. I found myself thinking about it again last week with the release of the Panama Papers, and decided to re-post it here. Utilisation Permalinks «WordPress Codex Languages: English • Français • 日本語 • 한국어 • ລາວ • myanmar • Nederlands • Português do Brasil • ไทย • 中文(简体) • 中文(繁體) • (Add your language) Permalinks are the permanent URLs to your individual weblog posts, as well as categories and other lists of weblog postings. A permalink is what another weblogger will use to link to your article (or section), or how you might send a link to your story in an e-mail message. The URL to each post should be permanent, and never change — hence permalink. Permalink Types There are three basic types of WordPress permalinks:

Adding sections to any pages or posts in Customizr - Press Customizr function add_custom_sections ( $args ) { //set up global vars with the section parameters global $section_params; $defaults = array(