A theme that registers shortcodes, custom post types, custom taxonomies, handles your SEO, Google Analytics code and who knows what else is not a perfect WordPress theme, it is a bloated one at best.
This is not another “How to Create Child Themes” article. Rather than the hows let’s focus on the whys of creating child themes. If you’re already aware of importance of WordPress child themes and just need to learn how to do it, check out WordPress Codex page or Child Themes Basics tutorial at WPTuts+.
If providing support for our premium author box plugin has taught me anything, it’s the fact that most WordPress end users are not aware of how easy it is to translate a WordPress theme or plugin. As a developer, I’d happily translate everything I code into every language there is, but Google Translate is not […]
Before buying a WordPress theme for your next website, you must go through this checklist: Ask yourself: What’s more important, the unique content I plan to create or theme’s look and feel I’ll share with thousands of people? Ask theme author: What happens to my content if I decide to replace this $50 theme with […]
If you have never taken a deeper look at WordPress project schedules you could be surprised by the fact that as soon as one major version is officially released, WordPress development team shifts its focus to next one – WordPress 3.5. A look back shows that major WordPress versions are being released roughly every six months; […]