There are many posts on the interwebs about how to use the WordPress Settings API to create theme options for your WP project. If you find these all too intimidating and time-consuming, there are a number of plugins and scripts to make the task easier: WordPress AdminPage Class I have used Markus Thömmes’ WordPress AdminPage Class […]
Recently I was working on a WordPress theme where I wanted to be able to display a list of posts from a custom post type (specifically a milestones post type) that shared the same custom taxonomy value (in this case, a project ID) as the current post. Not being a programmer, I struggled for far […]
WordPress isn’t a catch-all solution for news organization’s websites, but it is an excellent candidate to power small projects or microsites dedicated to big stories.
How to display the subpages of a WordPress page with their meta, such as title, publication date, featured thumbnail, custom fields, excerpts and, of course, permalinks to the subpages.
Your TinyMCE WordPress WYSIWYG visual editor can get very close to “what you see is what you get” if you style the visual editor following these instructions.
A study by a Canadian university underscores the importance of good web design for businesses: In a blink of an eye, visitors can decide whether your brand and content is credible and keep that first impression for a long time.
In many cases, the platform, like WordPress, only powers the design. So if you think a design is ugly, it’s best not to go blaming the software. In WordPress’ case, end users often determine whether the blog or website is beautiful, or just plain ugly.