Everyday Design Reviver Answers is offering solutions via useful snippets of code, helpful resources and general tips for all your web design issues. And as such we would like to share with you our favorite code snippets from this last week.
The worlds best and most popular blogging CMS, WordPress, and its huge community, constantly churn out new and amazing methods for taking your blog, and your users experience, ever further. In todays news round-up we have collected the best and most recent WordPress tutorials, tecniques and tips to keep you in the loop with recent developments.
The speed at which WordPress development moves, never ceases to amaze me. The quality of themes, the power of the plugins and, of course, the reliability of the actual CMS, makes WP, by far and away, the most supported CMS ever. Having such a large community ensures that any resources released are of the highest quality, and this demonstrated in todays news round-up by the quality of the WordPress themes.
Hi, I’m Alvaro Guzman and this is the second part of the premium wordpress theme tutorial continued from Part 1. This time you’ll learn how to slice the design and convert it into XHTML + CSS, then I’ll show you how to use the css files to mock-up a WordPress template. This isn’t a basic tutorial, if you’re a newbie, maybe you should read some basic HTML+CSS tutorials, and undestand the basics of CSS tags and WordPress features and structure.
Picture your finished custom wordpress theme live on your server, completely unique and fresh. By the time you have finished reading the resources in this post that scenario will be a reality. People love custom themes, they make a blog come to life with a personality of its own. It’s no secret that they’ll reward it you for it through links, subscriptions and bookmarks.READ MORE
Making a premium WordPress theme from scratch is an essential skill for designers to learn and will become increasingly important as WordPress continues to become the web publishing tool of choice. In this two part tutorial will we cover how to make premium WordPress themes happen. Part 1, covered below, shows how the photoshop mock up is created, and in Part 2 we’ll outline how to turn the psd into HTML/CSS and wordpress theme files. READ MORE