How To Create a WordPress Theme: The Ultimate WordPress Theme Tutorial

Posted on June 22, 2009 by Ian Stewart

Update: We’ve created a second edition of this popular tutorial! It contains updated code samples, coverage of the latest theme development techniques, and more. Check it out at The ThemeShaper WordPress Theme Tutorial: 2nd Edition.

In only 11 individual lessons this WordPress Theme Tutorial is going to show you how to build a powerful, up-to-date, WordPress Theme from scratch. As we go along I’ll explain what’s happening including (for better or worse) my thinking on certain techniques and why I’m choosing one path over another. Essentially, I’ll be teaching you everything you need to know about WordPress Theme development.

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How to Code a WordPress 3.0 Theme from Scratch

March 8th, 2011 by Keenan Payne | WordPress | 235 Comments

With the release of WordPress 3.0 came the implementation of many new features to the popular content management system. In this tutorial we are going to show you exactly how to code a WordPress 3.0 theme from the ground up to take advantage of all of these new features, as well as create a blogging-ready, minimal theme.

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As long as you’re creating something for yourself, you can do whatever is easier… as soon as you’re starting to create a child theme for others, it’s better to follow at least a couple of guidelines 😉 #


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Die Einzelartikel-Ansicht wartet mit dem automatischen Einbau des Artikelbildes (post thumbnail) auf. Will man das nicht, etwa um Bilddoppler bei Artikeln, die nur aus einem Bild bestehen zu vermeiden, so kann man – etwa in der content.php oder in der … Weiterlesen →