Good organizing files and functions in a WordPress theme (respectively every coding project, of course) helps to keep it clear. This post shows my current state on organizing the files and functions in a WordPress theme. Continue reading Organizing files and functions in a WordPress theme – my current state
I am happy to announce the release of my latest WordPress theme Photographus. As the name suggests, it is meant for photo blogs and comes with some special features. For example, you can display various content types on the static front page, like an image grid of your latest posts with featured images. Continue reading New WordPress theme for photo blogs: Photographus
You can see it in action in the demos — as well the default as the alternative layout. Besides that change, version 1.2.0 brings a few smaller style improvements for the header area of posts. More about that in the changelog.
Today I publish my first paid WordPress theme Schlicht. Bloggers are its target group, and the theme focuses on the content.
The theme is streamlined without dozens of options. It offers:
- Page template without sidebar.
- Automatically and/or manually insertion of drop caps.
- Alternative layout, which displays the title, date and, author name in a column beside the post’s content.
- Menu in header and footer.
- Widget area in sidebar and footer.