Theme Review: Digging Into Twenty Eleven

As you probably already know, WordPress has announced it’s third release candidate for version 3.2, while the actual release is being delayed for a few days. You might be familiar with some of the new features coming up in 3.2, but we have a dedicated blog post for that lined up. This post is about … Continuer la lecture de Theme Review: Digging Into Twenty Eleven

San Fran for WordPress

The San Fran theme has been released in July 2011. Quite a minimalistic theme with a blogging approach and focus on typography. San Fran provides several theme options including a few color schemes to pick from. Typography is powered by Google Web Fonts and customizable via the color schemes stylesheets. San Fran is designed in … Continuer la lecture de San Fran for WordPress

A Shell Script for a Complete WordPress Backup

Backing up is one of the most important things to do when running a website and this is not related to WordPress websites only. There are so many things that can go wrong, whether your hosting provider is down, or you forgot to pay the hosting bill, or maybe you accidentally locked yourself out of … Continuer la lecture de A Shell Script for a Complete WordPress Backup

Introducing Pointers in WordPress 3.3

WordPress 3.3 is planned for November this year and we published the scope a while ago here on Theme.fm. As mentioned in that post, 3.3 will get a series of UI improvements, one of which is Pointers(or Admin Pointers). We learned about pointers in WordPress a few hours ago from one of Daryl Koopersmith’s changesets … Continuer la lecture de Introducing Pointers in WordPress 3.3

How to: Create a Child Theme Based on Twenty Eleven

This is a follow-up of our previous post where we reviewed Twenty Eleven – the new default theme for WordPress 3.2. In the previous post I explained the the structure of Twenty Eleven and why it’s so easy for developers to take advantage of the theme to customize it for their own purposes, i.e. creating a … Continuer la lecture de How to: Create a Child Theme Based on Twenty Eleven

How to Use Web Fonts and the @font-face CSS Method

The days of web safe fonts are about to end thanks to all the great attempts of designers, developers and industry leaders around the world.  The good thing in digital production industry is the community of people who are always pushing the boundaries to their limits. Then when it becomes a new standard  or convention … Continuer la lecture de How to Use Web Fonts and the @font-face CSS Method