As some of you know I’m developing a WordPress theme as an entry point into the premium theme market. I’ve talked a few times in the past about changing my business model and this is one step in that direction.
While I have many of my own ideas on what makes for a good theme, I was hoping you wouldn’t mind if I asked you as well. So what do you want from a WordPress theme?
How does a website evolve from a concept into a finished design? Where does the concept come from? What steps take place along the way to turn a blank piece of paper into a fully functioning website? To answer these questions I thought it might be fun to give you a visual tour of my own design process in creating this site.
WordPress is a great blogging platform in part due to the active developer community creating plugins to extend the functionality of the basic application. If you’re like me you’ve added quite a few. Over time all those plugins can seriously slow down your blog, but there’s some relatively simple coding you can do to help shave precious seconds off the download times of your pages.
Photo by Katie Tegtmeyer
Is your partner treating you poorly? Is the connection you once had no longer there. Does your partner let you know what’s wrong in the relationship or is the communication gone? Do you see your relationship going anywhere? Does it still have room to grow? Has the trust between you broken down to the point where you know it’s over? If your answer to the previous questions is yes then it’s time to break up with your web host.
The following guest post is from Randall McCarley of 14th Colony
With Steven on vacation I thought I’d take advantage of this chance to conquer his website!
Or at least contribute a post.