Much controversy surrounds the removal of the image border feature in WordPress. In this tutorial Morten Rand-Hendriksen shows you how to add image borders the correct way and also proposes a new set of standards for WordPress theme developers going forward to account for users who want borders around their images.
It is time we the people who build WordPress themes cast aside the rotting corpse of Older and Newer posts links and replace it with proper pagination. After all the function is already built into WordPress – in fact it has been for a very, very long time. So, without further ado let me provide you with the code you need to get started and a few tweaks to move your WordPress pagination into the 21st century.
With the update of WordPress to version 3.4 came some important feature improvements that changed the way certain key components work. This includes how the header image and background functionality is implemented. This in turn means the old methods of making changes to these elements suddenly don’t work any more. The Issue This change has […]
UPDATE: I’ve added a 4th step to the list to remove automatic inline styles from being inserted when embedding videos. If you’re using a responsive theme on your WordPress site (or you’ve built a responsive theme) and you’ve added YouTube, Vimeo or other videos using oEmbed you will undoubtedly have noticed those videos do not […]
One of my primary goals when building WordPress themes for my clients is to make it as easy as possible for them to post and manage content. And though video embedding has become much simpler over the years, controlling the video content can still be a bit of a pain, especially if you can’t remember […]
The <time> tag is a little used but very effective little HTML element that allows you to embed additional information to dates and times in your content. The idea is that in addition to the actual text that shows the visitor the time, you can provide the browser, search engines and other computers with actual […]
Child Themes are by far the easiest way of creating a new look and introduce new functionality to a WordPress powered site. By creating a WordPress child theme you get all the benefits of the parent theme while gaining the ability to create custom styles, custom layouts and custom functions just for you. In May […]
With the release of WordPress 3.1 came a new version of the stock TwentyTen theme with some subtle changes, most importantly the move of all the loop elements in the templates (the code that runs through the database and gathers info like title, date, author, categories, content, images etc) into their own files. In the […]