Content tagged as 'wordpress'
posted on Feb 23, 2011.
The standard method of marking up site navigation and menus has pretty much unchanged for more than a decade now. With the arrival of HTML5, however, I believe that it is changing. In this article, we’re going to take a very brief look at the traditional way of coding menus, contrast it against what I believe to be the better HTML5 method, and even show you how to make it work in primarily-XHTML-based environments.
posted on Feb 5, 2011.
There’s a debate in the design and development community about which Content Management System is the “best” available tool out there (assuming that you haven’t written your own). I won’t be trying to answer that question in this article, but would rather like to introduce a slightly different perspective on some important considerations that should go into making that choice.
posted on Nov 13, 2010.
Based on the various comments that were left about determining the overall purpose of the Group WordPress Project theme, it seems that some sort of social media solution is the direction we’re going. So, in this post, we’ll look at the fundamental functionality that I propose for creating a personal branding theme. You’ll also get the chance to vote on one of six potential names.
posted on Nov 2, 2010.
After a great response to the first introduction of the Group WordPress Project, we’re back at it. This time, I’m looking to narrow things down a bit, and need your help to determine the overall purpose of the theme and start thinking about a possible name.
posted on Oct 12, 2010.
This is the introduction to a social/design/development experiment that I want to run here on the Echo Enduring Blog where you, the reader, actually helps guide the development of a brand new WordPress theme, from conceptualization through to completion. Interested? Read more, and be sure to contribute your thoughts!
posted on Sep 26, 2009.
In the past three years I have moved from a rank amateur designer to what I like to think of as a reasonably skilled and proficient digital artist. In this post, I look at six different technologies that have changed my life and helped me make the transition.