I had a need to build some search engine optimized breadcrumbs for a project I’m working on right now. I didn’t want to just use Yoast’s breadcrumbs, because I’m using Twitter Bootstrap, and I wanted to make use of the built-in breadcrumbs support, so I did a Google, found something, tweaked it and am using… Continue reading Search Engine Optimized breadcrumbs
I said a long time ago that I would never use another theme framework now that I have Museum Core. Well, unfortunately for me, WordCamp SLC — particularly the presentations of Jake Spurlock, George Ortiz and Patrick Cox, as well as working on the theme which was based on _s — changed my mind on that. I now think that the best solution for jumpstarting a new theme project is a combination of Twitter Bootstrap and _s.
There’s been a lot of talk in the WordPress world about whether or not theme developers should build plugin-like functionality into WordPress themes. After my presentation at WordCamp SLC 2012, it was actually something I was asked about. Seeing how it was a topic of discussion on wpmail.me via ManageWP, I thought I’d throw my 2… Continue reading Building plugin-like functionality into WordPress themes: to be, or not to be?
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)
Funny how time creeps up on you. It wasn’t until I was preparing my presentation for this year’s upcoming WordCamp SLC that I realized that it was this time last year that we launched Museum Themes! In our first year, we have released 14 WordPress themes (7 free themes and 7 Museum Themes), one display… (read more)