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It´s been more than two years already since Konstantin Kovshenin published his post An Alternative to @import in WordPress Child Themes. On it, Konstantin pointed out that using the CSS @import directive to import the parent theme stylesheet from the child theme style.css will double the time needed for the stylesheets to...read more
If you own a WordPress website, you should be familiar with the term Search Engine Optimization (SEO). And if by chance you are not, just know that the goal of SEO is to show popular search engines such as Google the content and structure of your website in an...read more
I am sure you notice the small image that appears next to people’s names after they leave a comment on a website. Sometimes it is a real life photograph and at other times it is a piece of clip art. You probably also notice that this image seems to...read more
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