If your theme happens to have the same slug and lower version number as one hosted on WordPress.org, you risk unwanted updates. Here’s how to prevent that.
You might think you can just plug in wp_list_categories as your fallback and call it a day, but it’s not quite that simple.
We’ll show you how in this quick tutorial.
WordPress themes typically include the following information in a post’s entry footer: categories, tags, and an edit link.
But what if this post is published on a non-categorized blog, has no tags, and the user looking at it does not have permission to edit the post?
If so, we want to make sure entry footer markup is not output to the page to to keep our code clean, and prevent unexpected styles from appearing.
It might seem obvious, but many themes don’t do it. Making sure buttons that toggle empty things are hidden is a quick win to improve theme user experience.
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This update adds Jetpack Featured Content functionality, and also fixes a Masonry bug that could be seen on archive pages with featured images (which they probably do).
Learn how to make an update server for WordPress themes and plugins hosted outside of WordPress.org.
We received a request to add WooCommerce support to our Vivaro theme, so we did.
In addition, we also took the opportunity to bundle a bunch of enhancements and bug fixes gleaned from Vivaro’s WordPress.com theme review.
Learn more about the update in this blog post.
Spatial 1.1.0 fixes a couple critical bugs and adds several enhancements. Also, a bunch of translation files for new languages are included.
We just released an update to our Novara theme.
It fixes a bug, and adds several enhancements like RTL stylesheet, an editor stylesheet, and support for Jetpack’s Content Options module.
The “Display Site Title and Tagline” Customizer option is tied to Custom Headers.
This article will show you how to keep the option, even when your theme has no need for Custom Headers.
WordPress only needs two files to run a theme. Find out more about them in the first part of our “Build a WordPress Theme from Scratch” series.