Similar to how Photoshop allows you to edit images using adjustment layers without altering the original image, you can use the same concept when customizing WordPress themes. Non-destructive customization has the advantage of being able to revert changes and keep the original files completely intact and untouched. [editor's note: this is a very basic tutorial, but child theming is still not well practiced in my experience]
There are quite a few blog posts, plugins and hacks suggesting to hide the WordPress version number, or hide the overall fact that you’re using WordPress. Don’t do it — it’s pretty useless.
Vito Peleg, Atarim’s cofounder and CEO, explains how he “cracked” the partnership problem to find alignment with other companies that can help them all accelerate their growth. Vito explains what Atarim’s latest partnership with Rocket.net brings to both companies and their customers — and he anticipates more deals like this in the year ahead.
This week’s Post Status Draft podcast is hosted by Brian Krogsgard and Joe Hoyle. This week, they talk about WordPress in 2015 and what to expect in 2016.
Get the latest WordPress news with Cory and David in Post Status Excerpt. Topics: WordPress 5.7, the visual editor, and PluginRank.com. 🔌
Mike McAlister has shared an in-depth post recapping his first year as an independent theme shop, Array. Array sells themes on their website, but has also been on WordPress.com for a while. However, they also experimented with Creative Market. What they learned on each marketplace is valuable. Regarding Creative Market: Sales on Creative Market have…
Brian Casel has written a great post debunking a never-ending myth that ideas by themselves are valuable. Brian tells us how to differentiate ourselves with how we solve problems and how we serve our clients. I also love his note about how to handle nay-sayers of our projects.