Ben Eastaugh, co-author of the Tarski Theme, on Adding Custom WordPress Hooks to your WordPress themes. More themes should be doing something similar to this. Not exactly the same. But similar.
Is The WordPress.com Theme Marketplace On It’s Way?
Now that the WordPress themes viewer has been revamped, become the WordPress Theme Directory, and is pleasantly subverting things in the background of your upload, is The WordPress.com Theme Marketplace far behind? I’ve always thought the two would go hand in hand.
Where WordPress Theme Authors Should Be Adding in Hooks
Aaron Brazell of Technosailor offers his opinion on where WordPress theme authors should be adding hooks—for easy theme modification—into their themes. Fuel for good thought on theme design.
The ThemeShaper Forums
ThemeShaper now has forums. Powered by bbPress, of course. If you have any questions or concerns about any of the ThemeShaper themes, please post them there. That way we can all learn from, well, um, my mistakes. I guess. Gee. Why did I start forums again?
I Love Lucida
I love Lucida. It’s simply one of the nicest fonts around. Unfortunately, it’s hard to get it to look right across operating systems running default fonts—unless! Unless you use the Lucida Hybrid: The “Grande” Alternative. Now go make something nice.
Check out WPLover
Have you subscribed to WPLover yet? It’s one of my favorite WordPress blogs. Interesting news and opinion on WordPress that is often rarely mentioned elsewhere; short and to the point. It’s just what it needs to be. Check it out.
If you’ve got any favorite WordPress blog-gems of your own, lets hear about them.
10 Free WordPress Themes That Blow Many Premium Themes Away
Don’t miss Best WordPress Themes’ great collection of 10 Free WordPress Themes That Blow Many Premium Themes Away. I’m honored to have my theme, Thematic, included amongst some really fine company.
Remove the WordPress Generator
Don’t want the world to know what version of WordPress you’re running? You’ve got three options. The first two require you to edit
functions.php and let you hide the generator completely or empty the version number. Alternately, you can just use the plugin.
Bask in the safety of WordPress anonymity.