wordpress themes

Understanding How WordPress Outputs Code From Child Themes

If you’ve ever needed to make tweaks to a third party theme, or you’re using a theme framework, you’ll be familiar with child themes. They’re a powerful feature of WordPress, giving you the flexibility to make customizations to any parent theme without losing them when the theme is updated. I use them to make edits to third party themes, or with the framework theme I’ve developed myself. However, it can sometimes be unclear...

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6 Wonderful Education WordPress Theme in 2018

President, Directors, and tutors must be known to the value of a website that how it can increase the value and strength of their educational institutes. In today’s modern era when it comes to education, student search on the internet to find out the best school, college or university they want to go for their education and here website plays a vital role to impress the student for your educational...

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HTML to WordPress Theme Tutorial: Step 3 – Menus, Widgets and Functions

We’re now at the final part of our three part series on creating your first WordPress theme from static HTML. So far, you’ve taken your index.html file, turned that into a PHP file, added template tags and split it up into theme template files. You then created extra template files to display different content types. In this final part we’re going to finish the process of making your theme work. We’ll do the...

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HTML to WordPress Theme Tutorial: Step 2 – Creating Theme Template Files

Welcome back to this series showing you how to create your first WordPress theme from static HTML. In the first part of this series, you took your static index.html file and converted it to a PHP file. You added some template tags and a loop. In this second part your file will start to look more like a proper theme – you’ll split it up into multiple files and start creating...

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WordPress Web Design Trends You Need to Know for 2018

Looking back on 2017, I think it’s safe to say that it was a good year for WordPress and web design, in general. Sure, there were stories about security breaches and examples of branding gone bad, but that kind of stuff is inevitable when you consider how many websites are in existence. If you look at the kinds of initiatives that Google alone put forth–like the penalties for sites without SSL...

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