Tag Archives: WordPress

Titanic, a child theme for Thematic

The Titanic child theme is my last real attempt at creating a full fledged theme for the Thematic Theme Framework. This is the responsive child theme my site is currently built on, so technically you are looking at the demo right now. This is yet another theme built on my own Responsive Base which is… Read More

Child’s Play, child theme for Thematic

Child’s Play is a child theme for the Thematic Theme Framework, it is built with the mobile-first approach to responsive web design, but with a few unique features. It was originally created as a stress test for the Responsive Base to find more improvements and make sure I wasn’t forgetting anything obvious. After adding new… Read More

Responsive Base, a child theme for Thematic

Update: Thematic 2.0 is now in beta and available on Github, which makes this theme outdated. You can still use it since Thematic is backwards compatible, but if you want to be up to date, use Thematic 2.0 from Github and Responsive Base Plus. Responsive Base is a child theme built on the mobile-first approach… Read More

WordPress Columns Shortcode

A few months ago, I received a call asking if I knew how to make column shortcodes for a WordPress theme. I answered “No”, but quickly followed up with a explanation of how it should be fairly easy. The hunt for shortcode columns was on, after researching column shortcode examples, I noticed the ones out… Read More

WordPress Buttons Shortcode

The idea for these shortcode buttons originally came from a tutorial on Adding Versatile Button Shortcodes to your WordPress Theme from mysitemyway.com, I highly recommend checking out their site for another reference on different buttons. Originally, I liked the simplicity of the tutorial, but wasn’t crazy about the wall of CSS accompanying them. Well come… Read More

Stupid WordPress Easter Egg

It looks like if you are in the post revision screen and compare a post to itself, which is dumb in the first place, but still, you will get this hidden gem. I hate to be that one guy, but it just doesn’t seem like the refined WordPress CMS experience and reminds me more of… Read More