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In our post about Introduction to WordPress Hooks we saw the differences between WordPress Actions and WordPress Filters, and then in the previous tutorial of this series we learned about using actions in our child theme. So it is time for WordPress Filters now. As we already saw, a WordPress filter...read more
So, you have created a kick butt WordPress website. It is complete with an awesome About Me page, easy to use navigation, an outstanding design, and of course… killer content. So now what? How do you go from a brand new website to one that is frequented by daily traffic...read more
More than two years ago I published an interview with the original creators of the Avada theme: Avada, a winner WordPress theme: Interview with ThemeFusion, and it so happened that most of the comments on that post (it got more than 300 comments) came from people looking for examples of...read more
Some of you may have already noticed that our site is now responsive. I know it´s taken a while, but it´s finally here. I´ve always thought that a tool like WPThemeDetector is not intended to be used from any kind of location and from mobile devices. As I´ve always...read more
Cyberchimps has just announced that their theme Responsive Mobile (aka Responsive II) has been finally approved and is available for download at the WordPress Theme Directory. According to Cyberchimps, it took a couple months to get there, but Responsive Mobile (Responsive II) has finally been reviewed and approved by...read more
WordPress plugins are the most popular way of extending the functionality of WordPress. They allow you to change the way that WordPress works. Plugins are simply functions written in HTML and PHP that are plugged into your website. Another way to change the functionality of WordPress is to use...read more