Version 1.1.0 of Bari, a WordPress photography theme, includes several bug fixes and enhancements. RTL and editor styles now included!
One of the biggest “pain points” I have when starting work on a publicly released WordPress theme is coming up with a suitable name.
In this post, we walk through some ideas on naming them.
The !important flag was intended for visitors of websites to easily override CSS via “user stylesheets.”
While using !important is generally discouraged server-side, there are a few instances in which it would be acceptable.
Think of a flexible website like one big waterfall. The water flows from the top, comes into contact with every rock and boulder on the way down, until it splashes through the plunge basin.
Now think of an inflexible website like water tank with holes poked in it. The water leaks out of those predefined holes, and the only way to stop it is to plug up each hole, one-by-one.
An odd visual given the context, but bear with me.
By this time last year, I had given notice for my last “real” job, finally making the decision to take the plunge into full-time entrepreneurship.
This post is a look back on the past year of Themetry being in business, including reflections on self-employment and the WordPress theme industry.
PixelGrade, a premium theme shop, has raised eyebrows by increasing the price of one of their themes to $225. But I’m not quite going to be talking about that today.
When your web host complains about high CPU load on your WordPress site, here’s what to do.
While the elements included in each twebsite will vary based on the industry or business type, there is one nearly universal element that needs to be accounted for: editorial content.
This article will cover 8 useful tools on how to better streamline your editorial process.
I’m excited to publish this interview with Sami Keijonen, the WordPress themer behind Foxland. Includes valuable insights on accessibility and the WordPress theme business.
In this quick tutorial, we’ll go over how to make a simple child theme to override a WordPress theme’s footer.php file.
I was interviewed over at Foxland, a theme shop run by Sami Keijonen. He’s a theme developer at the top of his game, so it was an honor to be interviewed by him.
There’s some information on the history of Themetry, what the target market of Themetry is, my theme development workflow, and more.