The Twenty Ten theme comes with eight default headers. Any default header that you set is replaced with the “featured image” of a post. You can only see the new header when viewing that post. In this week’s WordPress Quick Tip we’ll see how simple it is to add additional headers to the Header’s Panel.
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.
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.