Tag "WordPress Themes"
WordPress Themes Thesis came and passed into oblivion swiftly. Does anyone even use the Thesis framework? In the theme war between Thesis and Genesis, the latter succeeded. Genesis offers a WordPress framework, with varied child themes and site functionalities. From creating agency sites to magazine-style blogs, Genesis offers a complete setup. Genesis is somewhat expensive but its features are worth it! I use Genesis for all my blogs and I felt satisfied with ...Continue reading
WordPress Themes These days, there is a WordPress themes overload on the web, with new themes coming out every day. It can be pretty hard to sort the wheat from the chaff, and choosing the wrong theme can have serious negative consequences for your blog, so it’s important to choose the perfect WordPress theme. Capturing your users’ attention is key to your success, and a great way to do that is with a creative WordPress theme. There are a lot of ...Continue reading
Blogging, WordPress, WordPress Themes Clothes maketh the man. – This paraphrased aphorism was as true in the 16th century as it is today. But why am I talking about clothes here on bloggingtips? Because the way your clothe your site is important too, and the clothes are called “Themes”. Your WordPress theme is the design of your website or blog. The colour, layout, number of columns, alignment, header, footer, and so many more design elements are all embedded in the theme ...Continue reading
WordPress Themes We all are well acquainted with the term Responsive WordPress Themes, but this term is not even two year world. And it’s really hard to think about web articles without their mention. So the first question which will strike to anyone’s mind is what is it all about or how it affects WordPress. Responsive wordpress themes are those themes which are flexible enough to look great on any device. In fact there is no need to focus on a special ...Continue reading
Design & Coding, WordPress, WordPress Themes As I mentioned last week, as a blogger, you are going to make mistakes and, fortunately, most of them are very minor ones that you can fix and recover from quickly. That being said, one of the more common and embarrassing mistakes involves screwing up your theme. This can be especially frustrating if you aren’t somewhat experienced with HTML and CSS, but can still be a headache no matter how experienced you are. Though there are literally ...Continue reading
Design & Coding, Reviews, WordPress, WordPress Coding & Design, WordPress Themes It doesn’t really matter how good your website content is if no one wants to look at your website in the first place. Part of this has to do with efforts like search engine optimization, but the aesthetic appeal of your website is also very important, not only for user experience but also for branding. Rather than use any number of freely available templates that will make your site look like everyone else’s, it may be worth ...Continue reading
WordPress, WordPress Themes With recent releases WordPress has been moving more and more away from being a basic blogging platform and into being a full-fledged CMS. This is especially true with the recent release of 3.0 and the merging of the regular and Multi-User versions of the product. However, one feature, implemented in WordPress 2.9, has a lot of potential both for bloggers and for those wanting to use WordPress in a non-traditional way. That feature, Post ...Continue reading