Theme update and a mad dash to fix broken stuff

So Museum Core was pushed live to the WordPress.org repo today. Of course I immediately switched my blog from the Twenty Fourteen theme I was testing to Core because, you know, it’s my freaking theme. And immediately I ran into some issues. If you are using Core and experience any of these, here are the fixes.… Continue reading Theme update and a mad dash to fix broken stuff

Making theme options modular

Today I submitted version 1.1 of Museum Core to the WordPress theme repository for review. Originally this was going to just be a simple update with some bugfixes, but I had thought of a way to make it easier to build child themes that include some options settings from the parent theme (Museum Core) without… (read more)

One theme to rule them all

If you follow us on Twitter or Facebook, you may already know that we recently released our first theme to the official WordPress repository.  It’s called Museum Core. Museum Core is the product of over a year of development.  A solid foundation built on responsive design, HTML5 and CSS3, with a theme options page that… (read more)

New look for jazzsequence.com (again…)

So, the jazzsequence.com redesign is still on (or at least planned), but I figured, since I just got a theme hosted in the WordPress.org themes repository, I might as well make it, you know, my theme so that at least one person is using it live, right? So here it is: Museum Core. I’ve also… Continue reading New look for jazzsequence.com (again…)

Oh hey, I made a video

If you haven’t already seen it on Museum Themes (it’s on the front page) or on the Arcane Palette YouTube page, I made a movie. Okay, it’s really just a promotional trailer for our new theme, but I tried to make it as dramatic as a trailer for a WordPress theme could be. Oh yeah,… Continue reading Oh hey, I made a video