“In 2010 WordPress will get a new Default Theme, replacing the beloved/hated Kubrick Theme with a new Theme called 2010. I’ve got opinions on the matter. Oh, do I have opinions. I’ve even gone so far as to create a working idea for a new Default WordPress Theme. Read on to find out more.”
Monthly archives: January 2010
The default output for WordPress’
post_class template tag includes class names for just about every type of page view imaginable:
Happy New Year all! I’m looking forward to what will hopefully be an awesome year, with WordPress and otherwise. I thought I’d take the opportunity to wish-o-wish upon a star and toss out some things I think would be really cool to see happen in the WordPress world.
Jason Schuller with a nice and clean technique for showing Flickr photos in a WordPress theme without any third-party code. It uses the native fetch_feed() SimplePie stuff that ships with WordPress and a helper class. Note (404 link removed 2012/07/31)
Our personal collection of useful ways to customize and format the WordPress
Everyone who has been using WordPress for any length of time should be familiar with the
--more--> tag. When you are writing a post, inserting the
--more--> tag within the post text will create an excerpt out of any text/markup that precedes it. The post will then show the default “more…” link that readers may click to view the entire post. When the
more tag is used, the post’s excerpt will be displayed on all non-single views, such as category, tag, and archive views; the entire post content will only be displayed when the single-post view is displayed. Let’s look at a quick example..