Recently, I gave Theme Blvd’s developer documentation website a major update, revisiting all of its content. Of course, in support, the most common customizations questions I get asked are usually related to CSS. So, I decided to add a new chapter about CSS. It covers all of the basics to get you started and is mostly just general information.
Through some recent reminiscing, I uncovered some screenshots of the first website I ever created from 2001, in middle school. Designed in MS Paint and built in Frontpage, this little website was a gem.
“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.
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
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 […]