About 5 minutes after releasing my first WordPress theme, Theseus, upon the world, I had my first support ticket to deal with: A Parse Error. The problem is, I work on a Mac and Macs handle line endings differently than everyone else. Different as in, make Unix computers explode. Unfortunately for me, a lot of web servers are UNIX computers. That explode.
Theseus is the legendary Greek hero famous, amongst other feats, for defeating the Minotaur at the center of the Cretan Labyrinth and finding his way … Continue reading “Theseus, A WordPress Theme for Conquering a Maze of Content”
Clicking on the image above will take you to a demo of my WordPress theme-in-progress, Theseus. Of course, depending on when you read this, it … Continue reading “WordPress Theme Preview: Theseus”
This is the scenario: a new visitor, or a visitor returning after some absence, reads through the main page of your blog and clicks a … Continue reading “Increase RSS Subscribers With WordPress Conditional Tags”
Bear with me, this one is going to hurt. Load up your blog with your favorite WordPress theme on it. Ready? Scroll down. Yep, scroll … Continue reading “The Ultimate WordPress Theme Test”
Google Code is Google’s hosting repository for open source projects. Got an open source project? Google Code will host it for free. Want to make … Continue reading “3 Google Code Projects That Will Save Your WordPress Theme”
On January 30, 2006, A List Apart published In Search of The Holy Grail, Matthew Levine’s answer to the leanest, semantically correct, and bulletproof structure … Continue reading “The Holy Grail of Blog Design”
If you’re like me, you like registering domains. It’s exciting. But what’s not exciting is watching your hosting company or domain registrar turn your name … Continue reading “LaunchPad, The WordPress Domain Parking Theme”