If you’re not downloading your Themes from the official WordPress directory or the author of the Theme itself there’s a very good chance (very—watch the video here it’s scary) that the Theme you’re downloading has been corrupted with spam or malicious code.
Category Archives: Ideas
Popular designer Khoi Vinh reviews the design choices behind the design of his first WordPress Theme.
Should WordPress Child Themes be included in the official Theme Directory? How should it work? Read this post for some good ideas.
The title says it all. Read what free Theme designer Theme Lab has to say about the idea and add to the discussion.
Jake Tolbert takes a look at why you’d want to start out theming with a Parent Theme.
With the exception of a rare few, most free WordPress Themes are “garbage”. Read on to see why you might want to look at WordPress Theme Frameworks.
Should WordPress maintain legacy branches of it’s code so users can keep their outdated versions running safely? Could this help WordPress overcome the recent negative press about security?
By providing backwards compatibility in our plugins/themes, developers are partly responsible for WordPress security issues. We’re giving users an excuse to not upgrade.
Bloggers who ignore security releases do so at their own risk. And because of that, when you are hacked, Aaron Brazell will charge you an assload of money to fix you up! Believe it.
Last year, Andrew Cullison started experimenting with using WordPress as a total replacement content management system for his students. His thought was, “I can make WordPress do just about everything I’d want from a content management system (and then some).”