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1 year ago

WordPress 3.6 Beta 2: So, is the post formats UI on by default?

By Jason WordPress 11 Comments

“Will the new post formats UI be on by default, whether I support them in my theme or not?” — We’re closer to an answer with the release of WordPress 3.6 beta-2.

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1 year ago

What Theme Authors Need to Know About Post Formats in WordPress 3.6

The next major release of WordPress is already around the corner. This is a big one for theme authors with a major focus on post formats. There’s a new post formats UI for the WordPress end-user along with a new system of handling and displaying this data in our themes. Checkout my article on wp.tutsplus.com, and I’ll cover what you need to know as a theme author for post formats in the upcoming WordPress 3.6.

1 year ago

Making self-hosted HTML5 video and audio players in WordPress 3.6 responsive

By Jason WordPress 7 Comments

At the time of posting this, WordPress has just released 3.6-beta1. One of the new features that caught my eye was that users can finally insert self-hosted video and audio files into their posts and pages without the need of any kind of 3rd-party plugin. This is a huge step forward for WordPress and I […]

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1 year ago

Twitter bug in themes with Theme Blvd framework v2.0.0-v2.2.0

By Jason Theme Blvd 2 Comments

Because of some issues with the updated SimplePie class in WordPress 3.5, you may be noticing some strange quirks with special characters in your Twitter feed.

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1 year ago

Jump Start – Theme Blvd’s WordPress theme framework at its core.

It’s been awhile since you’ve probably seen anything from Theme Blvd, and it’s because I’ve been busy working on Jump Start. Jump Start takes the same great framework I use in my themes on ThemeForest and packages it as a simple WordPress theme that you can then expand on from a Child theme.

1 year ago

Hiding the WordPress admin panel to your subscribers

By Jason Tutorials, WordPress 20 Comments

In this post, I’ll just share a quick code snippet that will allow you to hide the WordPress admin elements to users who have signed up your site under the Subscriber roll.

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2 years ago

Some cool styling suggestions for the Breakout 1.1 update

By Jason WordPress 9 Comments
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Recently I came out with a big framework update to my responsive WordPress themes, but when I went to update Breakout for sale over on Mojo Themes, I decided to take a little extra time and add some new style options. The Creation of Breakout For those that don’t know, Breakout was originally a spin-off […]

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2 years ago

How to adjust which widgets display on mobile devices and tablets with Theme Blvd themes

By Jason Theme Blvd, WordPress 7 Comments
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I’ve been excited this year to start releasing only responsive WordPress themes, however there are few places I’ve seen where my concepts fall short — One of those areas is definitely with widgets.

Basically, I’m going to show you how to hide your widgets individually on standard resolutions, mobile devices, and tablets.

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2 years ago

Theme Blvd Framework Update 2.1.0

By Jason Theme Forest Updates, WordPress 13 Comments

I’ve been working on the 2.1.0 Theme Blvd framework update along side the all-new Jump Start project for awhile now. Jump Start isn’t quite ready yet, but this huge framework update is, which effects all of my version 2 themes.

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2 years ago

Keeping your Theme Blvd WordPress theme up-to-date

By Jason WordPress 16 Comments

When working with a theme using Theme Blvd framework v2+, this video will show you how to stay up-to-date with your theme. It will walk you through how to find what version of your theme you’re using, how to know if its the most up-to-date version, and how to get the most up-to-date version. Additionally, this video will walk you through two separate methods for updating the theme. Personally, I always recommend you update your theme by manually uploading the files with an FTP client, as outlined in Method #2 of the video.

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