If your blog has some restricted area that you don’t want to publicize to all visitors, just for members only, then you might want to force users to login before reading these posts. Fortunately, WordPress has a built-in function which can help us to do that.
Have you ever visited a site where they have the styling for post navigation links, but there are no links there? It looks quite ugly and it is distracting for the user. Well if you are a theme designer, or a site owner that is having this issue then this solution is just for you. In this article we are going to share how you can add a conditional tag for post/page navigation links to ensure the best styling for your blog design.
This past week, we had a pleasure to run a theme giveaway for one of the largest Commercial WordPress Themes provider StudioPress. Thanks to the StudioPress team particularly @bgardner and @craigtuller for making this giveaway possible. The prizes include 1 Pro Plus Package – (Include all themes) – valued at $249.95, and 3 individual theme packages.
One of the note-worthy upgrade in WordPress 3.0 is a new default theme called Twenty Ten. This theme has a lot of great features enabled, but one of the features that a lot of users want is the Custom Headers Panel. In this article, we will share with you how you can enable custom headers with a back-end admin panel in WordPress 3.0.
Upon the release of WordPress 2.9, we shared with you an article that shows you how to add fields like twitter and facebook to author profile page. In this article we will show you how you can remove unwanted default author profile fields to make WordPress admin panel more user friendly for your clients.
WPBeginner is proud to announce another commercial theme giveaway thanks to Craig Tuller and Brian Gardner of StudioPress. Formerly known as the famous Revolution Themes, StudioPress has always strived for excellence and produced high quality themes.
WordPress 3.0 introduces a new feature called custom backgrounds for WordPress themes. This feature will give the user an ability to add custom backgrounds to their site which will give their blogs/sites a unique touch. Even though this feature is added to the core, it will only be activated if your theme supports it. In this article, we will show you how you can enable Custom Background in WordPress themes for WordPress 3.0.
In WPMU, there was an option that would let you add Buddypress function on all multi-blogs (network blogs) installed under the main installation. Due to the big merge in WordPress 3.0, now you can enable BuddyPress in WordPress using the wp-config.php file as well.
N.Design Studio has released a stellar free WordPress theme called Koi Theme. Koi Theme has delicate and beautiful colors and shapes reminiscent of the swimming and darting koi fish it is named after. Koi is a simplified version of N.Design Studio’s 2009 theme.