Category: WordPress

How to: Overwrite WordPress core functions

by Jean. 46 Comments

I have read many “tutorials” which told users to modify WordPress core files. This is a really, really, bad idea. Why? Simply because you’ll have to modify that file again when you’ll upgrade your blog. Here’s how to overwrite WordPress core function without modifying any core file.

Free WordPress theme: Introducing NYC Theme

by Jean. 38 Comments

It’s been a long time since I released OpenBook, my free “Magazine” theme. So I’m very happy to announce you the release of my new free WordPress theme, called NYC Theme.

WordPress SEO: How to optimize the title tag for search engines

by Jean. 57 Comments

In terms of SEO, the title tag is one of the most important things: In fact, the title appears as a link in search engines results and social bookmarking sites. Unfortunely, most WordPress themes displays the title tag in a non-optimized way. Let’s see how we can change that to obtain a really SEO-friendlt title tag.

How to: Integrate a pagination in your WordPress theme

by Jean. 116 Comments

When creating a premium WordPress theme, it is really better to use a pagination instead of the good old “previous page” and “next page” links. Sure, there’s plugins, but what about embeding a pagination without asking the user to install a plugin? In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to directly integrate the Wp-PageNavi plugin in your WordPress theme.

6 tricks and tip to create a “Magazine” WordPress theme

by Jean. 47 Comments

A lot of bloggers enjoys the “magazine” WordPress themes. Even if there’s a lot of Magazine themes availables, in my opinion nothing is better than creating your own. I have compiled 6 excellent tips and tricks to help you to create a killer WordPress theme.

Free WordPress theme : Purity

by Maigret. 29 Comments

Originally created for my weblog Maigret’s Blog, Purity is a free WordPress theme available for all versions. Providing a clean and simple style, Purity is composed of 2 columns in order to promote the content of your weblog.

10 tips & plugins to get more comments on your WordPress blog

by Jean. 60 Comments

Comments are a very important part of a blog: This is where your readers gives you feedback about your posts. Many bloggers loves to receive feedback on their articles, but it’s not always that easy, especially on a newly created weblog. On Cats WhoCode, I got 690 comments for 36 articles, so here’s some simple tips I had implemented on my blog for getting more comments.