Images increase user engagement on websites. This is why you need to optimize images, learn how to add beautiful image galleries, and fix any image issues on your site. There are many ways to make your images standout. One of them is using a fade… Read More »
This is a guest post by Josh Pollock The Pinterest-like grid display of posts has been a popular design for WordPress blog index pages for a while. It is popular not only because it mimics the look of the popular social media site, but also… Read More »
Comments allow users to engage with the content on your website. That’s why we believe that it is important to style your comments layout and comment form, so it is user-friendly as well as good looking. Recently, a user asked us how they can add… Read More »
Have you seen the search icon with toggle effect on many popular websites? Take a look at our sister project List25 for an example. The idea is to display a simple search icon, and when the user clicks on it the search forms slides out… Read More »
It makes us very proud to hear that our WordPress tutorials inspire many readers to consider developing their own themes. For the users who just want to tweak their themes, we have a WordPress theme cheat sheet. However, some of our readers want to go… Read More »
WordPress is the most popular open source content management system in the world. It is used by hundreds of millions of users to create websites in many different languages. Recently, one of our users asked us how they can translate a WordPress theme into their… Read More »
Sticky posts is one of the cool features that WordPress has, but sometimes you do not want to have sticky posts in your loop. In this article, we will show you how to completely exclude sticky posts from the loop in WordPress, and we will also show you how you can take away the sticky feature of the post, so it still shows in their natural order.