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WordPress 2.8 Themes Cookbook
Packt Publishing | July, 2010 | English | ISBN-10: 1847198449 | ISBN-13: 978-1847198440 | 330 pages | PDF | 10 Mb

Over 100 simple but incredibly effective recipes for creating powerful, custom WordPress themesThemes are among the most powerful features that can be used to customize a web site and give it a professional look, especially in WordPress. Using custom themes you can brand your site for a particular corporate image, ensure standards compliance, and create easily navigable layouts. But most WordPress users still continue to use default themes as developing and deploying themes that are flexible and easily maintainable is not always straightforward and lot of issues pop up during the process.

This easy-to-use step-by-step guide will help you create powerful themes for your WordPress web site, and solve your theme development problems in a quick and effective way. It enables you to take full control over your siteís design and branding and make it look smarter.

WordPress is distributed with two ready-to-use themes. You can use these themes to give a common look to your website, or use the techniques described in this book to create custom themes. This book includes over 100 useful recipes to help you get started and create advanced themes. It starts with the basics of WordPress themes and creating a theme from scratch. Then, it covers how to enhance your template and add effects to get a rich look. You will learn how to manage pages, categories, and tags for your blogs, and how to make your posts look unique. You will also learn about the comment system and sidebars that will help you give a new feel to your blog and web site.

This book will help you through the most common problems encountered when developing a WordPress theme. You will get tips to enhance your design skill and eventually enhance your blogís design.

Get solutions to common WordPress theme design problems and create custom themes to make your web site look smarter

Overview of WordPress 2.8 Themes Cookbook

* Take control of the look and feel of your WordPress site
* Quick recipes to get started and successfully build advanced themes
* Step-by-step instructions and useful screenshots for easy learning
* Give a professional look to your web site with popular JavaScript libraries

What you will learn from this book

* Enhance your page templates, optimize the use of images, and add effects to them
* List your pages, categories, and tags on a blog and create navigation
* Stylize your posts to make them look interesting
* Display, format, and tweak the comment system to attract the visitors
* Add sophistication to your dynamic web site using popular JavaScript libraries
* Package and distribute your theme using the theme repository
* Display auxiliary information about the post being displayed using dynamic sidebars
* Empower your end users to change the contents displayed in the themeís sidebar without involving a programmer
* Change the style of your theme depending upon image content and time

Each recipe comprises step-by-step instructions followed by the analysis of what was done in each task and other useful information. The book is designed so that you can read it chapter by chapter, or you can look at the list of recipes and refer to them in no particular order. There are plenty of useful screenshots to make learning easier for you.

Who this book is written for
This book is for WordPress developers who want to create powerful themes for their blogs and web sites to impress and influence visitors.

This book expects working knowledge of the WordPress platform. Knowledge of HTML and CSS would also be useful.

About the Author
Nick Ohrn has been creating with WordPress for more than five years and has worked with some of the biggest media companies in the USA. In his day to day work, he deals with the WordPress source, creates custom themes and plugins, and helps his clients and customers utilize WordPress to run their sites and their businesses. Nick has a Bachelorís of Science in Computer Science from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and works full time as a web developer with an emphasis in WordPress development. He resides in Seattle, WA and works with people and companies from around the world.

Lee Jordan is a web developer with a large collection of web technology acronyms on her resume that sound like the names of laundry detergents and cause glazed expressions in school children. She designs and maintains internal and external enterprise-level websites and web-based applications as part of a project team for a privately held technical services company. Her work includes proposing, writing, and editing web content and user guides people actually read. She began her career in 1997 as a web designer after graduating from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, where she swears that she missed at least one home football game while in the computer lab. Lee later convinced Seminole Community College to give her a Web Programming degree in 2003, even though her final project was a Java-based application that actually contained a usable help file.



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