How to Create a WordPress OnePager

Here’s a short and handy tutorial about the Siteorigin PageBuilder. In Pagebuilder each row will get an id. Then each row will get an id in the Pagebuilder settings. Now the video does not tell this, but I guess that Pagebuilder will set bookmarks on the webpage, as in: <h2 id=”row-about-us”>About us …</h2> In the… Continue reading How to Create a WordPress OnePager

Create Your First Underscores Theme

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a WordPress theme almost from scratch via the theme skeleton Underscores. Download Underscores Go to http://underscores.me/ and enter the name of your theme in the input box. Then click enter, and you’ll get a zip with all the theme files in a folder. Install the theme via… Continue reading Create Your First Underscores Theme

How to use the theme skeleton

In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create your own version of a skeleton theme. The “Skeleton-F16-Bootstrap” theme for WordPress is a boilerplate, or a place to start, if you want to create a Bootstrap theme from scratch. Or almost scratch that is. The basic files are ready. The top picture is a variant of… Continue reading How to use the theme skeleton

WordPress and REST API

The newest version of WordPress came with a REST API. It will revolutionize the ways we think about themes. You don’t have to use PHP any more. With HTML, CSS and JavaScript you can get content via Json. What is REST API? The very short version is: WordPress will return Json objects from certain endpoints.… Continue reading WordPress and REST API

REST API

“WordPress 4.7 comes with REST API endpoints for posts, comments, terms, users, meta, and settings.” (Source: WordPress’ text about the API). One of the great news in WordPress 4.7 is the REST API. Now it is possible to exchange data in the form of Json Objects. Let’s try out the REST API in a simple… Continue reading REST API

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Twenty Seventeen

So the new verson of WordPress has arrived. With it came a new theme: Twenty Seventeen. It’s an attempt to combine the (perhaps too) popular “one-pager” with WordPress content-managing. The theme has many interesting features. One important addition is the .svg icon theme. These days the SVG format becomes more and more important. Twenty Seventeen may… Continue reading Twenty Seventeen