Why is the code in socalled professinal themes so hard to understand? Multimedia students often face problems if they use freemium-premium solutions. Right now the multimedia students at Business Academy Aarhus work on their exam projects. During the project they’ll create an advanced multimedia solution for a real life client, that must be “powered by… Continue reading Student Projects and WordPress
A SASS mixin can save you from writing hundreds of CSS-lines in your WordPress theme. One of the great features of SASS is mixins. They resemble a function in ordinary programming. You create a series of commands, and pass certain variables. Then you don’t have to write the same code over and over again. The _S… Continue reading Use a SASS in WordPress Themes
Eaviden.dk has published a page about my research project “What You Should know about WordPress”. Eaviden is a web portal presenting the research and innovation activities on the Danish business academies. On the page you find a description of the project, and links to my research blog (you’re reading it now). The text is in danish.… Continue reading The WordPress Research Project now on EAviden.dk
Project Status: 2016 – 2017
From 10:00 I will present the research project in auditorium A @ Sønderhøj 30, Viby, Denmark.
The presentation is the formal end of the research project. I will present the upcoming e-book “WordPress in the Classroom” – and how the research project helped writing the book.
Just received the manuscript from the code proof reader. Now the e-book is on it’s way to the english proof reader. The game’s afoot.
So I’ve implemented a child theme for this research blog. For a while I’ve used Twenty Fifteen, because it’s a blog-oriented theme. But I have to hack some costum pages for the research project. I need pages that map the project, and pages that’ll sum up the proceedings of the present blog.
That’s a job for a child theme!
The code for the child theme is available on Github.