Best WordPress Themes for Writers

Even though WordPress was originally conceived as a platform for bloggers, over the consequent years it has evolved into the limitless multi-purpose CMS we have today. It is this versatility that has resulted in the release of a stream of themes that are packed full of every conceivable layout, web UI elements, and of...

Create and Style WordPress Menus

This tutorial isn’t going to cover how to create a beautiful menu, but rather how to create the base CSS code that you will need in order to make one that is beautiful, and also functional. We will be creating a pure CSS multi-level drop down menu system. One of the primary goals is...

The Accessibility for WordPress Themes

A WordPress theme should generate pages that everyone can use — including those who cannot see or use a mouse. The default WordPress theme generates content in a fairly accessible manner but, if you are a theme developer, you need to maintain these accessibility standards in your own theme. Although web accessibility can be...

Beginners Guide Moderate Comments in WordPress

In this beginner’s guide, we will show you how to moderate comments in WordPress themes, deal with comment spam, and everything related to comments. What are Comments? Comments allow your website visitors to communicate with you and other readers. They can add their input on a specific article that you had written, ask questions,...

Style Your WordPress Themes Comment Form

In this article, we will show you how to style WordPress themes comment form and take it to the next level by adding social logins, subscribe to comments, and more. Changing Comment Form Style in WordPress Each page on your website contains default WordPress generated css style classes. Inside most WordPress themes there is...

The Necessity of WordPress Generated Classes

What’s the WordPress Generated Classes You can find these classes in most standard WordPress themes, including some starter themes like the Underscores theme in the style.css file. This file is a required file for WordPress themes to show up on the dashboard, and if you’re looking for these classes, you’ll likely find them here....

A Beginners Guide for WordPress Themes Development

This post is aimed at beginners, it does presume you’ve tinkered with WordPress before and you know basic HTML. I will assume that you know how to edit WordPress files and you’ve looked into a WordPress theme file – even if you didn’t understand what’s going on. The Programming Languages Of WordPress WordPress uses a number...

Custom Post Types for Your WordPress Themes

Before getting into custom post types I think we should clarify some terminology since the naming convention results in a bit of confusion. It is best to think of a post as a unit of content stored in the database. Each post has a post_type property, which defines what type of content it is....