WordPress theme files are just PHP files used to display the HTML and the database output of your WordPress website. Theme files should be used to style your website and not to expand the functionality of your WordPress website. All themes can be very different and you can create many different types of websites, from blogs, to member sites, to ecommerce sites, the flexibility and ease of WordPress themes is
With this library you have a selection of 200 icons using just CSS3 in one or two HTML elements. All you have to do is browse the icons you see in this library and click the icon you click. This will then display the HTML and CSS you need to recreate the icon to use in your own website. Volume Icon The CSS The HTML Download Icon The CSS The
Here is a useful function I use in many of my applications, it will take a URL and see if it's prefixed with a protocol, if it's not then it will add the default prefix to the start of the string. This function will search for http://, https://, ftp:// and ftps://, if none of them are in the string then we add the prefix to the start of the string.
When you doing theme development there are times when you need to reference a file in the same folder of the current theme. You may need to include a file in your code or add a stylesheet to your website. There are many different ways you can include a file in your code, WordPress comes with a number of constants that you can use in your development to get paths
Here is a collection of 132 icons you are free top use on any of your websites. The icons come in two versions: full color and single color, for a total of 264 variations. This download includes .ai, .eps, .pdf, and .png (64px and 128px). Download these beautiful Free Flat Icons
If you're a regular reader of my site then you will know that I do a lot of development with WordPress, this being the most popular CMS it seems like a good choice of software to learn. But lately I've been trying to learn the second largest CMS...Drupal, what you first hear about Drupal is the steep learning curve that you must go through to understand how Drupal works. This
In WordPress there is a special HTML comment called more. <!--more--> This comment allows you to put a stopping point in the content of the post, this is then searched for by WordPress when you display a list of posts. If it finds this HTML comment then WordPress will stop displaying the rest of the content and will add a continue reading → link. There are two ways of displaying
In WordPress development you define what sidebars can be used on your theme, these sidebars will then appear on the widget dashboard screen where you can assign all the widgets that are placed in the sidebar. One of the areas that I've noticed with WordPress is the limitations you have with the widgets area. When you assign widgets to the sidebar they are used site wide and you can't change