Read This Post: What I’ve learned so far in developing a theme suited for Gutenberg
Recently I started creating a premium WordPress theme that relies a lot on Gutenberg with the idea of having it ready when it’s rolled into core. So here are a few thoughts on developing a theme for the new editor.
Read This Post: Why you should create a webpage for your WordPress theme
If you have a WordPress theme, whether or not it’s in the theme directory, you need to have a dedicated webpage for that theme.
Read This Post: Why you should create a theme for the WordPress theme directory
If you have a goal of getting better at web development, there’s no better way to accomplish that by creating a WordPress theme for the directory.
Read This Post: What I learned in a year with Sports Bench
It’s been about a year since I released Sports Bench, a plugin/theme package that keeps track of sports stats for your league. So what have I learned in the last year with it?
Read This Post: Theme checklist before submitting to the WordPress theme directory
If you have a theme that you’re wanting to submit to the WordPress theme directory, make sure to run through this list to make the review process quicker.
Read This Post: Why you should be packaging a functionality plugin with your premium theme
If you’re going to be selling a WordPress theme with cool features, please make sure to move those features into a functionality plugin to go with the theme. Your customers will appreciate you even more.
Read This Post: Why you should create and use a child theme
Child themes are an important part of the WordPress ecosystem, but a lot of users don’t use one, which is extremely frustrating. So here’s why you should be using a child theme today.