WordPress Theme Help & Tutorials
Dynamic Widgets is an available plugin that can be installed directly from your WP Dashboard (Plugins → Add New → Search: Dynamic Widgets). You can also manually download and install it from the WordPress plugin repository.Continue Reading
WordPress gives you the option to display your front page as a “Static Page” or a “Blog”.
To change these settings, simply go to Settings → Reading in your admin console. Here you can either select a “Page” to be displayed on your front page or choose to display all your latests blog “Posts” instead.Continue Reading
When using WordPress as a CMS, you’ll undoubtedly want to disable comments for some Page or even Posts. This is a popular question (especially among new WordPress users). This tutorial will outline the various ways you can disable comments for any Page or Post.Continue Reading
With WordPress 3.x, we have a great new feature that will help you set up your navigation much easier than with older versions of WordPress. The newly added "wp_nav_menu" function now allows you to drag-and-drop your menu items, set parent/child relationships, alternate titling and more. This article explains how the WordPress navigation system works and how you can set it up in your theme.Continue Reading
Content templates not only make setting up your theme super easy, but also saves you lots of time. Think of content templates as snippets or starter layouts. Whenever you crete a new Page or Post in WordPress, you can insert a predefined layout specific to your theme’s styles. In this document, we’ll go over just how to do this.Continue Reading