ProPhoto 4 is a powerful WordPress theme for photographers. It’s worth at least checking out.
Who knows a WordPress theme better: someone who is selling it on the front lines or someone who is maintaining it in the trenches?
This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Why WOOThe changelog can be something of a secret weapon to gauging the competence of a theme developer.
This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Why WOO“Hey, I found this fantastic theme! Can you customize it?” Of course I can. But it’s analogous to going to the house contractor and saying, “Hey, I saw this gorgeous house. Can you build it?
This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Why WOOThe WOO Framework sits under (is the foundation for) all of WOO’s themes, including Canvas. Why do you care? Well, you don’t. But you also do … you just didn’t know it.
A widget up in the right side of the header in WOO Canvas would be nice. Here’s how to set that up.
It’s that time again and this time, I just couldn’t wait. We switched Likoma to WOO Canvas (Commerce) today! Woot for WOO!
WOO themes use a theme framework and that makes it easy to update. Who cares about easy to update? You do. Why do you care? Because it makes it easier to fix security breaches like this one with a single click.
Responsive Design. What does it mean? In my non-techy world, that the design (of the website) adapts to the screen it’s on. So that if you have a monster widescreen, an iPhone or a laptop, the screen adjusts accordingly.
I knew that StudioPress had put a few Genesis child themes on ThemeForest, but I didn’t realize there were non-StudioPress-built Genesis child themes there. Just a handful for now, but hopefully more to come!
StudioPress just released version 1.6 of their Genesis Framework for WordPress. The fact that they have an update at all says quite a bit. Here’s why.
ThemeForest has a collection of premium WordPress themes that’s hard to beat.
This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series Welcome to WordPressNow that you understand the basic components of a blog page you’re ready to choose a theme. There is no right or wrong choice; there are only choices that give your website the look and functionality you want—and ones that don’t.
This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Welcome to WordPressPages, posts, and categories—these are the basic building blocks of your blog. Once you understand them, everything else pretty much falls into place.
This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Welcome to WordPressIf you’re just getting started with WordPress, one of the trickiest decisions to make is what theme you want to use.