Do you want to add icon fonts on your WordPress site? Recently one of our users asked us what’s the easiest way to add icon fonts in their WordPress theme? Icon fonts they allow you to add vector icons without slowing down your website. In… Read More »
Best WordPress Themes Tutorials
WPBeginner offers some of the best WordPress themes tutorials that teaches you how to extend the power of your WordPress theme.
Child themes allow you to make changes and customize your WordPress theme without ever editing the main theme. This allows you to continue to get theme updates without losing your changes. Recently one of our readers asked us how would he go about using his… Read More »
Do you want to add custom fonts in WordPress? Custom fonts can help you freshen up your theme and stand out. In this article, we will show you how to add custom fonts in WordPress using Google Fonts, TypeKit, and CSS3 @Font-Face method. Using custom… Read More »
Wondering if your WordPress theme meets the latest standard? Not sure if the developer you hired did a good enough job? In this article, we will show you how to test your WordPress theme against latest standards. The free WordPress theme directory has set high… Read More »
With a little styling tweaks, you can easily create templates for pages, sections, and even a single post in your WordPress theme. But what if you wanted to use a completely different theme for a section or page on your website? In this article, we… Read More »
Recently, one of our users reported that they are missing the admin bar on their WordPress site, and asked for our help. The admin bar is a floating bar that appears on every page of your site when you are logged in. It contains some… Read More »
As a beginner, when you want to customize your WordPress theme, you simply paste code snippets directly into your theme files. This becomes a problem when a new update is released for your theme because updating a theme wipes out all customization. Recently one of… Read More »
How about creating a child theme? What is a child theme? Dim the lights, put your dancing shoes on, crank that music, because today we’re creating a WordPress child theme.
Most sidebar widgets in WordPress usually look the same. It would be fine if all your widgets had the same importance, but the truth is that some widgets are more important for your site’s growth than others. For example, an email list subscription widget is… Read More »
Recently one of our users asked us about how to add a fade in effect for the last widget in the sidebar. This popular jQuery effect is used on many well-known websites and blogs. As the user scrolls down the page, the last widget in… Read More »