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The chronological nature of blogging means that great articles can get lost in your archives. Placing a search bar and an archives widget in your sidebar can make it easier for visitors to search through older content. You can extend this further by creating a dedicated archives page. Unfortunately,...read more
Today I´m going to talk about a plugin developed to automatically create child themes, but specifically for a particular parent theme: Divi, by Elegant Themes. Let me tell you in the first place that this review can´t be unbiased, but that is just because I happen to be the creator of this...read more
It´s been a long time since we last talked about Avada. As a matter of fact, a whole year went by since we published our interview with the people at ThemeFusion on July 2013. By that time, Avada wasn´t even one year old (it was released in August 16, 2012)...read more
In the previous tutorial of this series we introduced WordPress hooks and saw the differences between WordPress Actions and WordPress Filters. It´s time now for some action! This post is intended for making clear what WordPress actions are, how they work, how to use them and how they are hooked to the right...read more
I thought that in case you discovered a premium WordPress theme by means of our WPThemeDetector tool and you would like to use that theme in a website, one of the pieces of information you would be willing to get is whether there is a current discount campaign for that theme. In some...read more
Some days ago I published a post about the Divi WordPress theme. At the end of that post I mentioned I was working on a new site based on Divi, a site you were going to love if you like the Divi WordPress theme, and I also said that I would post about...read more