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Sign up to every single working session to post, review, and collaborate on the best WordPress tales, find new inspirations and inspirations for your company, and connect with other members of the WordPress family. Become a member of the #1 WordPress messaging comunity! Published by Luis Alejandre in Plugins, Reviews, Themes on Dec29th, 2013 | 0 comments The new WordPress standard topic Twenty Fourteen was published with WordPress 3. 8 on December 12, 2013.
On the same date, a new plug-in was created to slightly re-color the Twenty Fourteen topic that was published in the WordPress plug-in directory. Recognized the existance of this plug-in when it was discovered a few and a half years after the WordPress 3.8 was released by our WordPress themed detector utility on a website.
I was interested in the name of the plug-in, so I searched the plug-in directory for it. So I thought I´d would be sharing it with our readership as soon as I had a little bit of spare writing about it. When you try to adjust the color of your website with the standard twenty topic option, you will notice that with the WordPress themes customizer (Appearance > Themes > Customize) you can only change the color of the page header and the background color: many new plug-ins are detected every passing passing day by our recognition tool.
Several of them have a name that makes you wonder about something like another plug-in to do this.... Sometimes I find very brilliant things that have been translated into WordPress plug-ins. Indeed, I´m is considering publishing regular critiques about new plug-ins detected by our plug-in recognition tool. I´m will be talking today about a new plug-in called WP Scroll Deepth.
ÜberlayOptimizer is used to build a light box with all OptimizePress items in it. This means that if you use you´re with OptimizePress either as a topic or as a plug-in, you can now place many different things in pop-up overlay, the most common being pop-up optin shapes to bind your people.
Therefore I upgraded my OptimizePress plug-in on one of my device pages to the latest 2.1 release. and followed these simple instructions to build a new popup: For those who subscribe routinely to this blogs, I´m is an ardent supporter of children's issues, the primary purpose being to allow you to adapt the topic you have chosen for your website and upgrade it as needed, without having the worry of loosing all the changes you have made to the initial one.
Already I´ve has posted some articles about plug-in which should facilitate the development of children's topics. However, a few and a half years ago I came across a new plug-in that I found interesting, not only because it makes it easier to make a subordinate design, but also because it does a great deal to customize it.
It' s not really new, it has been in the WordPress plug-in directory since the end of last year. Once the plug-in has been installed and activated, we will find a new item in our administration area under "Tools". Browse to Tools > Child Themes and you will see the following screen:
Before taking this picture, I deliberately opened the Help page to show you that some useful documentations for this plug-in are available right there in yourdmin area. In addition, the Childscreen shows several pages or folders, the first of which is "Parent/Child". Published by Luis Alejandre on 18 December 2012.
In an earlier article I explained that it is very simple to build a WordPress children's topic from an already created one. We' ve also seen in this article that a minor design is a great way to make sure that your design changes never get obsolete after a major design upgrade, no matter how strong your adjustments are.
Published by Luis Alejandre in Child Themes, Tutorials on October 6, 2013 Comments 0 So far in this tutorial collection we've seen how to create a new feature to our WordPress Children themes, either by modification of an already created feature or by creation of a completely new one.
Sample features we used in both cases worked for us immediately, they need to inform us about the seemingly strange things named "WordPress Hooks" at didn´t, so why do we have to get into it now? One good response to this one is that WordPress looks will allow us to do much more awesome things with our features whenever we want, and with great versatility.
Well, we better get to know how to take full benefit of WordPress Hook. Why are hook needed? Perhaps the first thing we should make clear is that WordPress Hook allows us to alter the normal behavior of WordPress (or the behavior of our topic or plugin) so that it is possible to introduce new features or alter the standard features as needed, without having to alter the WordPress kernel file or the topic's or plugin's native file or function, which we have altered.
Published by Luis Alejandre in Kind Themes, Tutorials on June 5, 2013 1 Comments Ok here we are, back to our "Add funcions to your WordPress kid theme" Tutor Group. The first article in this installment taught us how to change the features of an old feature, but we didn't make a new one.
We' re not yet going to be looking at filtering and actions hook to keep new approaches as clear as possible for every move to master the kid topicality. So the example I'm suggesting today will need a feature to do some things, and then we'll just show its outcome by repeating it.
Why do we need our new feature? A lot of possible samples exist for features that could be added to our children topic. Features have a tendency to be seen as something that belongs to the plugin domain, but we want won´t to have tens of different plugs in place, if each of them is only used to do a small job that could be done by a topic feature.
Published by Luis Alejandre in Child Themes, Tutorials on April 30, 2013 14 Commentaries Now that we´ve has learnt how to write a WordPress Children topic and some other things and moves related to creating WordPress Children topics, it´s takes your turn learning how to append features to your WordPress Children topic.
In fact, this will be the first of a couple of Tutorials on this topic, but to be honest, I have to tell you that we will not rigorously introduce a new feature to our children's topic in this one. We' re going to introduce some styles today, but for the example I´ve that was created for this article, we have to disrupt the WordPress features to introduce this new one.
Specifically, we´ll must change an already active feature. What I wanted to begin with was a very basic example, so what I´m is suggesting here is just to change the way metainformation is shown for a topic in Twenty Twelve. We' re going to use the same children's topic I used for my contribution A WordPress child's topic made light.... and simpler, which I´d named "New 2012 Children's Theme".