Usually, the beautiful WordPress dashicons are available in the backend only. So if you want to use them in the frontend you have to be logged in for the according stylesheets to be loaded properly. Nevertheless , as the dashicons can be…
WordPress is well-known for its ease of installation. Under most circumstances, installing WordPress is a very simple process and takes less than five minutes to complete. Many web hosts now offer tools (e.g. Fantastico) to automatically install WordPress for you. However, if you wish to install WordPress yourself, the following guide will help. Now with Automatic Upgrade, upgrading is even easier.
This article is about developing WordPress Themes. If you wish to learn more about how to install and use Themes, review Using Themes. This topic differs from Using Themes because it discusses the technical aspects of writing code to build your own Themes rather than how to activate Themes or where to obtain new Themes.
Posts are entries that display in reverse order on your home page. Posts usually have comments fields beneath them and are included in your site's RSS feed. To write a post: Log in to your WordPress Administration Panel (Dashboard). Click…
WordPress Themes should be coded using the following standards:
- Use well-structured, error-free PHP and valid HTML. See WordPress Coding Standards.
- Use clean, valid CSS. See CSS Coding Standards.
- Follow design guidelines in Site Design and Layout.
A theme can optionally use a functions file, which resides in the theme subdirectory and is named functions.php. This file basically acts like a plugin, and if it is present in the theme you are using, it is automatically loaded during WordPress initialization (both for admin pages and external pages). Suggested uses for this file: