WordPress’ translations system is based on a direct strings replacing system. When the translation files and the actual extension code get out of sync some existing translations can become obsolete while other texts may start showing up non-translated because they are not included in translations. This is when the the translation files need to be updated to account for texts changes and new translations need to be added.
Our Plus themes include a set of advanced shortcodes built around Bootstrap that can be used to create advanced layouts, structures and make frontend web development faster and simpler.
Our Plus themes come with a built-in set of page templates, which can be used on specific (static) pages to apply particular visual layouts.
Getting started with our Plus theme is slightly different than with an usual repository theme, however it is still easy and requires just a couple of steps.
Translating WordPress themes is actually very easy. With the help of screenshots and some simple guidelines you’ll have your theme translated in no time.
The Landing Page is not entirely brand new having made its appearance in Fluida 1.0 and being included with every new theme since.
We feel that the time has come to be properly introduced to this landmark feature present in our themes and get a detailed view on all of the landing page’s options and controls as in-depth as possible.
Choosing a WordPress theme has become one of the most daunting tasks when starting out with WordPress. There are so many themes out there, both free and premium, all claiming to have the most and best features, all claiming to be the prettiest, the most responsive and so on that it’s really easy to get lost.
Here’s a list of what we’ve come to look for when searching for yet another “perfect” WordPress theme.
While still young and with plenty of room for new features, we feel our slider plugin has already surpassed the capabilities and robustness of our previous theme integrated slider. Find out why we decided to write it and recommend it with our themes and most importantly, how to use it.
WordPress automatically generates excerpts (short introductory texts) out of the posts’ content. However, it also implements the ability to manually type in the posts excerpts instead of the auto-generated ones.
This functionality is slightly hidden in the screen options, but can be quickly activated and used.
WordPress generates the appropriate image sizes and crops at the time the image files are uploaded to the Library (directly or to a post or page). Once all the crops and resizes are generated they will be used as-is and not be re-generated again, regardless of any image size options changes. Our themes support a lot of customizability related to their general and elements sizes and as a result the images displayed (header, slider, featured) all have configurable sizes as well.
However this can be problematic when switching themes or when you decide the current sizes don’t really work and need adjusting. The solution to make sure these crops/resizes are at the appropriate (current) configured values is to use a thumbnail regeneration plugin.