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Post Formats in WordPress

Tumblr-Like Post Formats by Alex King and Crowd Favorite

Alex King from Crowd Favorite has recently posted an article on something they’ve been working on together with the team — a better Admin UI for Post Formats. Alex talks about a plugin that adds a more intuitive and meaningful user interface to post formats in WordPress. Permalink Permalink


Theme.fm iOS Application

Theme.fm in Your Pocket with the New iPhone App

Today is a very exciting day for us over at Theme.fm — we just got approval from the iTunes Store for our very own iOS application. It took us a little over two months since our first sneak peek and it’s finally available free of charge in the App Store. In this post we’ll talk … Permalink


Attachments Pro for WordPress

WordPress Plugin Giveaway: Attachments Pro

It’s been quite a while since our last plugin giveaway, and we’ve finally stumbled upon a nifty little plugin to get attached to your day. There comes a time in our lives when we require or are required to display some attachments in our WordPress posts. Of course hotlinking from the WordPress Media section or … Permalink


WordPress Internals Part 2

WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up Part 2

In my previous post on How WordPress Boots Up we went over half of the bootup process up to the point where WordPress wp-settings.php returns as a SHORTINIT’ed version, with the barebones of WordPress available, which, though an obscure feature, turns out to be quite useful for environments where only the very core WordPress features … Permalink


ThemeSorter Review

ThemeSorter: A Search Engine Dedicated to WordPress Premium Themes

Premium WordPress themes are really everywhere these days – new theme stores are on the rise, there are a vast range of blogs writing, reviewing and showcasing themes and there are developers who are endlessly using and building upon these themes.  With all the news, reviews and tutorials about Premium WordPress themes these days, have … Permalink


WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up

WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up

Managing a WordPress blog, designing and deploying WordPress themes, and even writing WordPress plugins does not require an in-depth knowledge of how WordPress processes requests to its pages, forms responses based on those requests and spews out a nice and clean HTML code to make the users happy. However, understanding the inner-workings of what makes … Permalink


San Kloud for WordPress

Introducing San Kloud: A Free Blogging WordPress Theme

If you heard about San Fran, a WordPress theme we released around a month ago, you’ll be happy to know that based on it (but not really a child theme) we have created San Kloud — a free WordPress theme made especially for blogging. In this post we’ll talk a little bit about the features … Permalink


Foobar Notification Plugin

Foobar Notifications Bar Plugin + Competition

Notification bars are unobtrusive status bars, usually spanning over the whole width of the website, stuck to the top of the browser window, with (hopefully) a simple way to get rid of. They are quite useful when it comes to, as their name suggests, notifying the visitor of something or displaying some quick (and hopefully … Permalink


Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog Review

Book Review: Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog

Smashing WordPress: Beyond the Blog is a book by Thord Daniel Hedengren, published author and writer, freelance designer and a WordPress expert. We’ve got the second edition of the book, which was published in January this year. We have already reviewed a WordPress book by Thord back in June which turned out to be a … Permalink


Theme Review: React Pro by The Theme Foundry

Theme Review: React Pro by The Theme Foundry

React Pro is a premium WordPress theme created by The Theme Foundry and launched in July 2011, which later that month came to WordPress.com. React is a portfolio theme for web and graphics designers, photographers and artists. It’s design is simple and focused on the content, and most importantly responsive, meaning that React displays beautifully … Permalink


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