Here’s another issue of WordPress weekend resources. 30 Free High Quality WordPress Themes – Another excellent free WordPress theme collection from Smashing Magazine. Theme Lab had 3 themes included: Colourise, Miniml, and WP Imagination. How to make a “child theme” for WordPress – A very in-depth tutorial about designing child themes for WordPress. 10 WordPress
Another week gone, another set of WordPress weekend resources! U.S. Government Agencies Using WordPress – This post by Mark Jaquith lists 16 U.S. Government agencies which use WordPress in one way or another. It would be nice if there were links to these agencies’ WordPress sites (the public ones at least), but still an impressive
I just came across this excellent WordPress plugin, and thought I would share it with all of you. It’s called the Theme Authenticity Checker, or TAC for short. What this plugin does is scan for encrypted code and other suspicious looking material within a theme. If you have a theme with base64 encoding, for example,
Another week passed, another set of WordPress weekend resources. Matt Mullenweg and Joseph Scott Discuss The WordPress Themes Directory – Matt Mullenweg and Joseph Scott discuss the new WordPress theme directory in this informative interview conducted by Ian Stewart of ThemeShaper. Making Your Old WordPress Posts New Again – This is something that has honestly
If you’ve been looking for a Digg-like social bookmarking site made specifically for WordPress-related content, it has arrived. The site is called WP Vote, created by Jean-Baptiste Jung, and so far it looks like it’s off to a good start. I personally think wpvote.com is an excellent domain name, very descriptive of the site’s purpose.
I can’t believe another week has gone by already, but it’s time for another set of WordPress weekend resources. Build a Featured Posts Section for WordPress – This post by Dan Harper of Nettuts writes a very comprehensive tutorial on making a featured post section in WordPress. This tutorial is slightly advanced, going over custom
Justin Tadlock, a well-known WordPress theme designer, has just announced his new WordPress theme club – Theme Hybrid. Theme Hybrid offers 2 types of memberships – free and exclusive (paid), which costs $25 per year. At the moment, there seems to be several free themes and one exclusive theme. Exclusive members will get to enjoy
It’s another Friday, and a new month. Here’s another set of weekend resources for you WordPress lovers out there. How To: Turn Off Post Revisions in WordPress 2.6+ – A great tip for turning off your post revisions. I’m personally a “chronic post saver” and in 2.6, that means a lot of extra clutter in