Jason Coleman of Paid Memberships Pro started a hashtag late last week: #WPReviewsInRealLife. Coleman writes fictitious reviews of “real life” products that get one-star ratings for seemingly random reasons — and WordPress plugin and theme authors have never laughed so […]
A WordCamp’s website is vital to the success of the event. Every year we review the best WordCamp websites. Check out the roundup of the best WordCamp websites of 2015.
WordPress parent themes can come with a lot of extra baggage. If you’re on a mission to clean up your parent theme, here’s a few handy functions to help you.
Forcing SSL in your WordPress site is “all the rage” lately. And for good reason. Security is a serious issue and SSL isn’t a silver bullet by any means, but it helps. But the biggest reason why web owners want […]
Thinking about buying a drag and drop WordPress theme for your next project? Take a look at these important considerations first.
So you want to get started developing WordPress themes? Here’s what you need to know to be a successful WordPress theme developer.
If you’re building a WordPress theme or plugin then you should take a hard look at Redux Options Framework. Here are the top ten reasons why I think you should use it.
Roots is one of the most popular WordPress starter themes. After building nearly a hundred sites from Roots, here’s my review.
A theme welcome popup or tour can really go a long way. Providing your users useful links to documentation from the get go is smart. Here’s how to create a single or multiple pointer tour in WordPress.
Finding images to include in your WordPress themes can be a challenging process. The following article aims to provide theme designers and developers quality resources for finding Creative Commons images for commercial usage.