Now we are getting into the really interesting stuff! This is Part 5 in an ongoing free tutorial series about WordPress theming. If you’re just joining me for the first time, I suggest starting at the beginning of the series Continue reading “WordPress Theme Creation 5: Functionality Plugin Intro”
This is the fourth in a series of posts in which I give you detailed instructions to create a WordPress theme with many theme options. You can find the first three parts here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3. This post deals with all the options for our footer. Continue reading “WordPress Theme Creation 4: Footer Options”
This is part 3 in an ongoing series about WordPress theme creation. These tutorials provide you with a simple way to create a complete WordPress theme, whilst staying within the rules and WordPress best practices. Continue reading “WordPress Theme Creation 3: Header, Logo and Social Menu Options”
This tutorial follows on from where the Theme Creation 1 tutorial left off. It is now time to start doing some actual WordPress development. This is quite a long post- but stick with me Continue reading “WordPress Theme Creation 2: Intro to Theme Options”
What is this tutorial series good for? You will learn how to create a complete WordPress portfolio theme, from scratch, in the easiest way possible. Back when I started teaching myself how to create WordPress themes Continue reading “WordPress Theme Creation 1: Introduction”
Accessing your cPanel can be useful if you’re locked out of your Admin Panel because of an error or, when you’re advised to adjust something in a file that you can not see in the Editor.
What we’re doing
A shopping cart that updates as you add items is a common sight on eCommerce websites. I believe that it is a necessity for good user experience. I like to be able to see my cart Continue reading “WooCommerce Tip 1: Add a shopping cart to the menu”
The what and why of optimizing your images:
We are looking at ways to improve your WordPress speed. By optimizing your images you will see great improvements in site speed. High-resolution images Continue reading “WordPress Speed Tip 2: Optimize your images”
What is caching?
Caching means temporarily storing recently used information. E.g, if you go back to a site you recently visited,
your browser stores those files in the cache and can serve them from there instead of getting everything from the site again. Continue reading “WordPress Speed Tip 1: Install and setup a caching plugin”
This tutorial follows on from where Part 3a left off.
As you venture further into the wonderful worldof WordPress themes, here’s what you will learn:
- How to Install Your First Plugin
- How to Create a Full Width Responsive Slider