Tag Archives: reviews

Free WordPress Theme San Fran

Meet San Fran — Our New Free WordPress Theme

Today’s a great day for us over at Theme.fm because just last night our very first free WordPress theme has made it through the review process and has been approved for the WordPress.org Theme directory! San Fran is quite a minimalistic, typography-based WordPress theme that provides a few different color schemes to pick from and … Permalink


Font face and Web Fonts

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 … Permalink


Essential Plugins for WordPress Theme Developers

6 Essential Plugins For WordPress Theme Developers

If you create themes for WordPress, free ones to the repository, premium ones to theme marketplaces or exclusive ones for your clients, there are some techniques that you will probably use to preview, debug and profile your work. The official themes repository and the marketplaces generally have reviews that you have to pass before your … Permalink


Working with Code in WordPress

Embedding Code in WordPress Posts

Whether you’re a tech blogger, web developer, WordPress ninja or simply run your own personal blog, there are times when you’d like to share code samples in your posts, like CSS snippets, PHP scripts or HTML. There are numerous of ways of dealing with code in WordPress, and in today’s post, we’ll try to cover … Permalink


google-plus-one-wordpress

5 Google Plus and Google +1 WordPress Plugins Worth Checking Out

We’re all thrilled by the release of the Google +1 button and most of all by the launch of Google+, so today we’re doing a round-up post of Google+ and Google +1 plugins, widgets and add-ons available in the WordPress.org plugins repository. This means that you can try out any of these plugins by browsing … Permalink


TwentyEleven

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 … Permalink


UsingCustomFonts

Using Custom Fonts on Web: Google Web Fonts

The concept of web typography has taken a revolutionary turn in the past year and about time too. For designers it was quite a frustrating experience when it came to typography in web design – and I remember my dismay a few years ago when I was taking a web design course at art school … Permalink


Book Review: Smashing WordPress Themes

Book Review: Smashing WordPress Themes: Making WordPress Beautiful

I’m not a big fan of books but when I stumbled across this book earlier this year, I knew I just had to read it. Smashing WordPress Themes: Making WordPress Beautiful, by Thord Daniel Hedengren (@tdhedengren) covers most of the basics of building, modifying and hacking WordPress themes in 350 pages. Permalink Permalink


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