The Genesis Framework is undoubtedly one of the most popular WordPress theming frameworks on the market. Genesis is extremely designer and developer friendly offering rapid creation and customization of sites through hooks and filters. An easy way to make new views of pages in WordPress is by making template files. This tutorial will show you how to make custom page templates for the Genesis Framework.CONTINUE READING »
On Wednesday, StudioPress founder Brian Gardner announced on the blog that Genesis 2.0 Beta version is ready for testing.
Templatic is a premium theme shop headquartered in Surat, India. The folks over at Templatic has done an amazing job on building premium themes for WordPress.
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ElegantThemes, one of the best premium theme shops out there. For $39 you will get access to 80+ themes & support for 12 months and most recently, the folks at Elegant Themes introduced the lifetime membership plan that costs $249 and you’ll get access to all their themes, plugins, psd files and support for lifetime.CONTINUE READING »
I know popups are annoying and most of the times it interferes with the user experience. However, I wouldn’t mind saying that I had a great experience with popups and have been able to increase the subscribers rate by almost 100%.CONTINUE READING »
WPEngine, the premium WordPress hosting which powers numerous high profile websites, recently released a new user portal for all the users on their hosting.
They have taken a huge step in right direction, though there was nothing wrong with the previous dashboard but the new one looks as good as their service. Adding new features, doing redesign to help the customers and providing excellent support is what makes WPEngine the best Managed hosting for WordPress.CONTINUE READING »
WordPress 3.6 Beta 3 has been officially released to public on Saturday and can now be downloaded directly from the WordPress.org website. Mark Jaquith, the lead developer of the WordPress 3.6 stated that it’s still in beta period and should not be used on a production site.
If you want to use the latest version, than use it on a test site, so you can get a good feel without risking any changes to your main website. CONTINUE READING »
But then your work begins – a typical WordPress installation adds from 5 to 25 plugins to customize the site experience. And if you spend any time developing WordPress solutions for yourself or your clients then you love plugins and you probably have your favorite plugins and site configurations. CONTINUE READING »