December 19, 2011 Community

Recommended WP hostings – Podcast

Recently I found a research on WP hosting providers by WPShout – http://wpshout.com/wordpress-hosting-review/ . It is a pretty good review and I have used servers from most of the hosting providers listed there so I decided that this could be my next podcast. In this review I’m going through the list from the site summarizing what is

August 1, 2011 Development

How to Start a WordPress Project?

Starting a new WordPress project requires some initial planning to avoid some common mistakes. Failing to adhere to an action plan may easily incur technical debt (with an unpredictable setup, libraries, and plugins). The WordPress Theme Industry There are tons of themes available – free or premium – and lots of theme markets for premium

July 16, 2011 Development

WordPress custom pagination

When designing a theme pagination is required for listing of posts on the index page. WordPress, by default, presents only the ability of one to use “Previous page” and “Next page” – which might be enough to navigate through the archives but is however incomplete and annoying. The standard navigation has <<, >> and numbers

July 14, 2011 Development

Post formats

Post formats have been introduced to WordPress in version 3.1. This is an innovative way for WordPress user to simulate Tumblr behavior and use the oldest “Post” feature in the platform to post quotes, links, images and other formats with different formatting. In order for one to design specific image or quote behavior we used

June 16, 2011 Community

Interview With ThemeForest Author Slobodan Kustrimovic – WPCanyon

Hello everyone, today we will discuss the hot topics on the Internet and specifically the WordPress platform and some premium hints from the ThemeForest market presented by one of the authors there – Slobodan Kustrimovic (a.k.a. wpcanyon). He is an expert in the WP world and has published few themes on ThemeForest and currently working