Tag: theme

A 1000-Hour Head Start: Introducing The _s Theme

A 1000-Hour Head Start: Introducing The _s Theme | ThemeShaper. This is quite a nice big deal, a brand new WordPress theme framework for your perusal and use. Theme frameworks are a great way to get a leg up on building custom WordPress sites, they can save a ton of time. It’s still important though, […]

Posted: February 19, 2012


PressWork. This is super interesting. I like that this is the third (maybe fourth) free WordPress theme framework I’ve seen crop up in the past half year or so. What stands out about PressWork at first glance for me is how polished the site is, and how well along the screenshots appear to be. This […]

Posted: July 10, 2011

Revisiting Custom Post Types, Custom Taxonomies, and Permalinks

Since last discussing Custom Post Types, Taxonomies, and the associated Theme files, WordPress has made our lives quite a bit easier. Here’s how I go about extending Custom Post Type permalinks with Custom Taxonomy slugs.

Posted: May 20, 2011

WordPress 3 Template Hierarchy

WordPress 3 Template Hierarchy | Digging into WordPress. I’m a big proponent of completely mastering the tools with which you work every day. If you work with WordPress and develop your own themes, it’s really important to understand the established template hierarchy that exists there. WordPress uses different files based on circumstance. It depends on […]

Posted: September 13, 2010

Pods Basics: Pulling Pods Data to your Theme

Perhaps the most important part of a WordPress plugin is being able to work with it in a way that effectively fits within your workflow. Pods has done a great job with letting you manage every aspect of your content. In this article I’ll walk you through pulling data stored in Pods to your custom WordPress template.

Posted: January 04, 2010

Improving Your Process: Templating and Theming

Templating and theming is a great way to help Improve Your Process by giving a solid foundation to work from, as well as providing a way to future proof your websites.

Posted: June 04, 2007