I’m a little disappointed. My current erstwhile (previous) theme, the Entrepreneur, supports a boatload of widgets. But as the Winnie the […]
Archive for ‘Wordpress Themes’
Letting the Audience Meander Through Content: Adding a Tag Cloud Widget
WordPress widgets are pretty neat little capabilities to adding extra content, navigation, and other features to your blog–easily, without the […]
Coding in the Wind: Tweaking Themes with CSS
As I see it, I have two choices: go out and hire my own website designer or learn enough to […]
Creating a Custom “Quote” Post Format with CSS
Does your theme provide for different types of post formats? Many do–but often while the formats are supported, the theme may not […]
Fun with WordPress Shortcodes
Have you ever heard of shortcodes? WordPress supports many of these shortcut codey-things that work sort of like HTML. Mostly […]
Blog Design: Choosing Themes in WordPress
Some considerations on choosing the right theme for your blog or website: content, layout, and purpose.
An introduction to using CSS in themes
Themes are terrific, but sometimes they don’t look exactly as we wish. If you have a premium or a business account on Wordpress.com, you can “tweak” themes with “css” (or cascading style sheets). Here’s how!
WordPress 101: Introduction to Menus in Themes
While I find working with themes pretty intuitive, as I watch my students (yes, I have them, in real life), I can see intimidating they are for those without experience. This one is for the new Wordpress users.
WordPress 101: Getting Started with Customizing Themes
I love WordPress themes. I love how beautiful they are, how easy it is to try out new things–oh, I […]