Automattic quietly introduced a new Jetpack feature in 2.2. Online documentation is still in process, and it’s not even listed in the changelog; but it’s something all theme developers can take advantage of right now. It’s called Featured Content.
In this Theme Customizer tutorial, we’ll give our users a choice of how they would like their posts presented on the blog page: excerpts, or full post content.
Let’s create a logo uploader using the new Theme Customizer, which was released with WordPress 3.4. This will allow users to place an image in our theme’s header; if no logo has been uploaded, we’ll fall back to displaying the site title and description instead.
I’ve written a quick article explaining how to best connect your Jetpack-enabled sites to wordpress.com accounts. View it over on wordpress.com.
It’s very handy from a UI perspective to indicate which menu items have a sub-menu beneath them. We’ll have to get dirty for this one.
I’ll be giving a talk this Thursday, February 2nd, at the Montreal WordPress Dev Meetup. In the spotlight, the theme review process…
FInd out how to use XML to translate those last pesky elements of a theme.
A WordPress premium theme can give your website a quantum leap, but make sure to do some homework first – they are most definitely not created equal.
I’ve been a fan of WooThemes since discovering them a few months ago. Oddly enough, I find their flagship product kind of frustrating, but so far I’ve stuck with them; here’s why.