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During last September I posted about Twenty Thirteen becoming one of the Top WordPress Themes a month and a week after its release as the default theme for WordPress 3.6. Once again, when back in December 12th 2013 WordPress 3.8 was released including the new Twenty Fourteen default theme,...read more
Those who follow regularly this blog know that I´m an advocate for child themes, the main reason being that they allow you to customize the theme you chose for your site and to update that theme when needed, without the fear of losing all the changes you made to...read more
I´m very proud to announce the brand new version of our site. As our most regular users must have noticed, we´ve changed everything: our theme, our logo, the way we display the detection results, our statistical Top reports… Everything. It was clear that WPThemeDetector was needing a new...read more
The new WordPress default theme Twenty Fourteen was released with WordPress 3.8 on Dec 12, 2013. That very same day, a new plugin developed to easily re-color the Twenty Fourteen theme appeared in the WordPress Plugin Directory. I realized about the existence of this plugin when, a few days...read more
So far in this tutorial series we have seen how to add a new function to our WordPress child theme, either by modifying an existing function or by creating a brand new one from scratch. The example functions we used on both cases worked right away for us, they...read more
Almost a month ago I published my post Standard, one of the Top WordPress Themes, says goodbye after 8BIT announced that they were closing down for business. On that post I showed my concern about one of our top themes going away, apparently for good. Then a week ago I wrote...read more