A theme framework is a theme that is designed to be a flexible foundation that can serve as a parent theme for building child themes. While not for everyone, they bring good value to the Wordpress themes community through quality code and lot's of child themes.
Making your website compatible with a wide range of browsers is probably the hardest task of a front-end developer. There are tools like Rapise which can make your life easier, but how do you know which one to pick? To make your coder life easier, here is 15+ tools and techniques for crossbrowser CSS development.
The Loop is the heart of Wordpress. Creating multiple loops is the way to go if you want to display your content in inspiring and novel ways. Featured posts, portfolio listings, different styled categories, they are all created using multiple Wordpress Loops.
Every month, lots of WordPress users are posting new hacks and tips about their favorite blogging platform on their own blog. Here is our personnal selection of the 10 most useful and ashtonishing WordPress hacks from June 2009.
Trying to find the best layout or keywords we look at out competition, ask colleagues and friends for their opinion, spend countless hours building the perfect banner. But how do we know if it's effective. With Google Website Optimizer we can now test different solutions and find out which one converts better!
cURL, and its PHP extension libcURL, are tools which can be used to simulate a web browser. In fact, it can for example, submit forms. In this article, I'm going to show you 10 incredible things that you can do using PHP and cURL.
Introduced in WordPress 2.5, shortcodes are a very easy way to display lot of things on your blog posts by inserting a very simple code. In this article, I'm going to show 10 incredible things shortcodes can do.