There are so many web developers around the world who have been studying Wordpress for years. It is a common CMS which is used for various purposes, usually blogging, but often other niches too. The educational resource Wordpress.tv has some fantastic tutorials and videos which are worth your attention.
I have gone through and rounded up a collection for people who have never visited the site before. Each link below includes a small description of the video and the content. I want to point out that not every video will be useful, but many include professional speakers or keynote addresses on detailed topics. I have learned tons of great information by listening to these videos and following along with similar articles online. It’s worth recommending to anybody who is interested in Wordpress development should check out this brief showcase.
Developers who have been using Wordpress for a long time are familiar with the login form. It is styled in a very generic manner consistent with the default Wordpress theme. It is also the same design found on the registration form and the Forgot Password form. But there are very few who go out of their way to update the styles and rearrange the design schemes.
In this article I would like to present just a couple of methods for re-designing your Wordpress login form. The techniques may take a couple of hours developing new styles, but it can be finished within a day. You’ll need some knowledge of backend coding to edit inside your theme files. Additionally many of these changes can be theme-specific which means you can quickly turn them off when required.
In the Wordpress backend panel you have the option of writing new pages or a new blog post. These options differ because of how Wordpress organizes content, and how the dates are formatted. But what’s interesting about Wordpress posts is that you can quickly split up content into multiple page articles.
This technique will force readers to click a link leading onto the next page. It is very simple to implement into any blog theme, so you won’t need to deal with a whole lot of customizations. In this article I want to introduce multiple page blog posts and how you can set them up for your own website.