Part of creating a custom WordPress theme for a client involves designing custom styles, not only for the overall site, but also for specific needs or
WordPress gives us categories, and we can create custom taxonomies, but this week I discovered that there is nowhere on your average WordPress site
I recently sorted out an issue that I've noticed before, but ignored, even though it bothered me just a bit. And it could be that it bothered me and
I just finished a lovely new site with all kinds of bells and whistles. Lots of features and work went into this clean, extensive, and mobile
I'm learning new things all the time, and like to share. I've encountered some issues with the blog template I created, so I've been sorting them out.
This template works for Genesis 1.9, or 2.0 without HTML5 (it works with HTML5, too, just doesn't take advantage of it). I've posted a new article and