Tag: Design

  • WordPress Backend Design Study – An Alternative to MP6?

    Our designer and usability expert Nick at marketpress.com did a design study on the coming WordPress backend design MP6 for version 3.7 and tried to analyse what can be done better and how! Also interesting question he asks: The dashboard is the least used and yet most needed page in the back-end. Why? More screens […]

  • Extend the TwentyEleven Navigation with your Social Icons

    Extend the TwentyEleven Navigation with your Social Icons

    In this little tutorial we show how to add in the navigation of the TwentyEleven Theme our RSS Feed, a link with icons to our Twitter page and to our Facebook profile. Without writing a single line of PHP code. You are able to accomplish this with the WordPress Menu. First we go in the […]

  • New Plugin to Style your Plugin on WordPress Admin with Default Styles!

    WordPress is developing fast – this also applies to the design of the backend. So it is important not to use your own styles in the admin area and use tags and classes of WordPress. This is the best way you can simplify your work as a developer and you don’t have to test the […]

  • Comment Form Hooks Visualized

    Most themes (e.g. TwentyTen) use the comment_form() function to insert the comment form after posts. There are quite some hooks inside the function but they are hard to localize. The codex documentation isn’t too helpful, neither. To give you an easy overview the following diagrams visualize the points where the various hooks are anchored. The […]

  • Contactable – Contact Form Easy with WordPress

    The integration of a contact form in WordPress usually begins with a search of a Plugin and often ends with a great effort too. Since scripts are loaded on all pages and posts – only to be integrated on one side of a form. The blog is only as good as his technician and I […]

  • New Category Templates in WordPress 2.9

    Until now you had to use a query in your theme or a Plugin to adjust the design or the content according to a specific category. In version 2.9 the template hierarchy gets expanded and you can create with the help of a slug an own template.