WordPress is a great product. It’s easy-to-use, quite powerful, and flexible. Fundamentally, the WordPress Theme system is a way to “skin” your weblog. Yet, it is more than just a “skin.” Skinning your site implies that only the design is changed. A WordPress Theme is a collection of files that work together to produce a … Continue reading How to create a Simple WordPress theme?
We have released our first WordPress Responsive Theme called “Vivacity“. The “Vivacity” Theme is completely responsive, meaning that it is automatically compatible with any device that a website visitor uses to view the site, whether on a desktop, smartphone, tablet, etc. Vivacity is a child theme of Twenty Fourteen. Using Vivacity theme you can customize various … Continue reading Vivacity- Responsive WordPress Theme is out now
Create a directory in your themes directory to hold the child theme. The theme directory is wp-content/themes. You can name the directory without any space as part of the name, and it is common practice to use the name of the parent theme folder with “-child” appended to it. For example, if you are making … Continue reading How to Create a Child Theme in WordPress?
Information about Theme development is available on the Codex at Theme Development. For questions about Theme development please use the Themes and Templates forum. Make sure to review the guidelines at Theme Review before uploading a Theme. We will be reviewing your Theme using the sample data available in the WordPress export file available at … Continue reading How to Add Your Theme To The WordPress.org Directory