It’s easy to add Google Adsense code in the top, the bottom of WordPress posts by edit your WordPress theme posts file. However, sometime you need to wrap Google Adsense code in WordPress posts, and you can not do as the same way as add it on top, bottom. This article will explain you how to do that.
This tutorial is in the series of â€œWordPress Theme from Scratchâ€ that helps you build a WordPress theme by yourself from nothing. Previous tutorial in this series helped we convert a mockup in PSD to HTML and today, we will continue to go to last tutorial: build WordPress theme from the HTML file.
WordPress is getting popular now and everyone is switching to use WordPress because we can build anything with WordPress: WordPress as a magazine, WordPress as a bulletin board, Video site ….. Today, I would like to put all my love for WordPress into this tutorial to explain how to build WordPress as a Community News, … but in a right way.
People asked me how I mention my recent articles in WordPress sidebar by display post thumbnails and titles with a well-styled. Today, I would like to response their request. This way is being used in some blogs. I’m not sure if they are using the same method as mine, but at least we will get the same result.
This tutorial is in the series of “WordPress Theme from Scratch” that help you build a WordPress theme by yourself from nothing. We already learned how to create a mock up for WordPress theme in Photoshop last week. Today, we will continue to make HTML file from that psd layout.
This tutorial is in the series of “WordPress Theme from Scratch” that help you build a WordPress theme by yourself from nothing. On 1st day, we will start working with Photoshop. In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a cool WordPress layout in Photoshop.
Some of wordpress plugins automatically add their display below your post content which is such as: YARPP (Related Posts) or Sociable …. They added their displays into your post content, but sometime, you want to add your own code before them. This article will tell you how to add anything to your wordpress theme just right before others plugin.
Are you running Wordpress? And how are you controlling all options of your current wordpress theme? Wordpress offers you get_option() function to get the options of your wordpress. However, all of default options wordpress gives to you are not enough. You maybe want to add more options that easy to implement on your theme design. How to do that? This tutorial will help you create options and administrate them in your Wordpress Administration Panel