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Ok here we are, back to our “Add functions to your WordPress child theme” tutorial series. In the first post from this series we learned how to modify the functionality of an existing function, but we did not create any new one. We will be taking care of that on this...read more
WordPress is a powerful content management system that is being used by millions of people around the world. Unfortunately websites based on this platform are often slow and unresponsive. Sub-standard web hosting is considered as the main reason behind this problem but in many cases the real culprit is...read more
Just a few days ago Elegant Themes released new versions of a selection of their themes with a nice new option added to them: Google Fonts selection at the click of a button. Thanks to this new feature, powered by the free Google Fonts library, Elegant Themes users can now pick...read more
Now that we´ve learned how to create a child theme and some other things and tricks related to WordPress child theme creation, it´s time to learn how to add functions to your WordPress child theme. Actually this will be the first of a series of tutorials dedicated to that subject...read more
In my post Adding a screenshot for a WordPress child theme I showed you how to create the screenshot for a child theme, and where to upload it to make it available in “Appearance” > “Themes” inside your admin area. But I also mentioned on that post that I´d thought of a...read more
If you read my previous posts “A WordPress child theme made easy… and easier” and “A new plugin for WordPress child theme creation“, you may remember that the plugin One-Click Child Theme creates a copy of the parent theme´s screenshot image and puts it into the child theme folder, while Child Themify does not create...read more