Category: WordPress

Smarter Theme Teaser

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: December 7th, 2021

It's called Smarter and simply put it's a CMS and business Wordpress theme. The idea behind Smarter Theme is to quickly build a presentation website for small and medium size companies without the need to touch a single line of code. We've put together a screencast with a quick walk-through of the theme and its […]

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Multilingual WordPress – WPML Plugin Review

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: July 1st, 2020

Since writing this article we developed TranslatePress, a frictionless WordPress multilingual plugin that lets you translate all your site content directly from the front-end, using a super intuitive UI. Download it for free and go multilingual, the easy way. Photo by derSven One of the hardest things to do with Wordpress is creating a multilingual […]

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Members: WordPress Plugin by Justin Tadlock

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: July 8th, 2015

Justin Tadlock has done it again. This time he released to the Wordpress community a user, role, and content management plugin called Members. Its purpose is to make WordPress a more powerful CMS by giving you fine-grain control over the users of your site. So what does this plugin do: Edit Roles: Edit your user […]

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Early Morning Child Theme

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: December 13th, 2021

This elegant Wordpress theme was inspired by the colors of the early morning as I see them from my window. It's light, elegant and pleasantly surprising. This theme doesn't scream at you, instead it takes a step back and lets the user read. Please don't spoil it by putting ads on it!

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WordPress as a social platform

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: April 26th, 2023

WordPress started in 2003. Since then it has grown to be the largest self-hosted blogging tool in the world, used on hundreds of thousands of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day. But you already knew that! By itself this blogging tool used to be just that: a way to put […]

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Green anyone? Try Commune – Thematic Child Theme!

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: December 13th, 2021

Update 11.17.2010 The category image was removed and all thumbnails are now created using the Featured Image default functionality. If no Featured Image is added a default image appears in place. Simply put I have been lazy lately. I know this isn't the best way to sell my self but a little bit of honesty […]

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Quickly add a Category DropDown to Thematic 0.9

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: October 19th, 2021

With the launch of Thematic 0.9 we now have out of the box drop-down menus to work with. This is one of the many features added to 0.9 that was requested by the community. However sometimes one might want to replace the default Thematic menu with a menu composed with the categories and sub-categories of […]

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Multilingual solutions for a wordpress installation

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: December 7th, 2021

Since writing this article we developed TranslatePress, a frictionless WordPress multilingual plugin that lets you translate all your site content directly from the front-end, using a super intuitive interface. Download it for free and go multilingual, the easy way. Photo by mykreeve From my point of view the internet has became a really crowded place. […]

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Byty the Free Child Theme – Built on Thematic

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: December 13th, 2021

        [download#1#image] This is my first Free to Download Child Theme. It was built for a friend of mine and we decided to release it for free in hope of some extra publicity :) . In order to install it you have to download the Thematic Theme (from which this child theme inherits all of the […]

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Front-end interface portability between CMS – the next BIG step in web-development?

Author: Cristian Antohe
Last Updated: September 21st, 2008

Image by unloveable I want to talk in this post about front-end interface that could be used without any modifications (or just with basic configuration) between different Content Management Systems (Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal, Expression Engine and a million more) and how this could help the developer. I know it sounds far fetch but bare with […]

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