Category: WordPress

Great WP Multipurpose Themes that designers and design teams should start using

One could easily put together a list of good reasons for choosing a multipurpose WordPress theme. Reasons that apply to web designers and website owners alike. The approach we’ve taken is to present you with this list of 8 top-tier multipurpose themes. We give you the opportunity to let any one of them speak for […]

5 Must-Have WordPress Plugins for Business Websites

It is extremely important that you know what the best WordPress plug-ins are going to be for any business website. These can help you in a wide variety of ways that you should know about, including SEO, creating forms for getting vital details and even letting you know what the viewers are doing on your […]

The BEST Selling Creative WP Theme

The BEST Selling Creative WP Theme

Bridge is one of the most talked-about WordPress themes. In addition to that, it’s possibly the most versatile theme on the market. It has gone through countless updates and to this day it still receives different types of upgrades, both to its functionalities and to its demos. In this review we’d like to take a […]

Where to Learn WordPress Theme Development

Over a decade ago, I did a little three-part video series on Designing for WordPress. Then I did other series with the same spirit, like videocasting the whole v10 redesign, a friend’s website, and even writing a book. Those are getting a little long in the tooth though. You might still learn from watching them […]

How to Customize the WooCommerce Cart Page on a WordPress Site

A standard e-commerce site has a few common pages. There are product pages, shop pages that list products, and let’s not forget pages for the user account, checkout flow and cart. WooCommerce makes it a trivial task to set these up on a WordPress site because it provides templates for them and create the pages […]

8 Super Useful WordPress Plugins for Your Website

Although WordPress has become the most popular website-building platform thanks to its vast array of tools and features, it doesn’t cover all the bases. That’s even the case when designers choose a WordPress theme to help the process along. Whether it’s a multipurpose theme or a specialty theme there’s often something missing. It prevents the […]

Gutenberging | CSS-Tricks

It’s been over a year since the big WordPress launch of Gutenberg, the new editor. It seems to me most of the controversy around it has died down. There has been enough time that the UX and accessibility of it have improved, and people are seeing the potential a lot more clearly. There ain’t no […]

PHP is A-OK for Templating

PHP templating often gets a bad rap for facilitating subpar code — but that doesn’t have to be the case. Let’s look at how PHP projects can enforce a basic Model, View, Controller (MVC) structure without depending on a purpose-built templating engine. But first, a very brief PHP history lesson The history of PHP as […]

The Making of a “Special Series” on a WordPress Site

We just ran a fancy article series here on CSS-Tricks with a bunch of different articles all answering the same question. By fancy, I mean two things: The articles had a specially-designed template just for them. (Example) The series has a specially-designed landing page. One of the reasons I enjoy working with WordPress is because […]