WPDesigner is taking part in the “Orange and Maroon Effect” on April 20, 2007, to answer BuzzDroid.com’s challenge.
News and Updates
In the previous post, I started a new review series by first reviewing Problogger.net. I wasn’t reviewing the blog as a whole. I focused on design and performance. The whole post pointed out design and performance flaws that Darren can fix for Problogger; flaws that you can fix for your own blog. I didn’t mean to disrespect Problogger; […]
Thanks to Jenny of PJMommy.com for bringing this to my attention. Someone took my Dream On theme, stripped the footer message, and replaced it with a sponsored link to a web-hosting review website. Here’s the stolen version: Here are the stolen version’s theme page on the WordPress Theme Viewer and test-run link. It’s been only seven days after my GPL announcement. Not all WPDesigner […]
First off, no, I didn’t die, nor were I sick or in a freak accident. For the past five days, I lost the drive to update and work on WPDesigner. Although there’s much to be done, I didn’t know which direction I wanted to take WPDesigner. I’m not going to tell you what I’ll be […]
I’ll be switching all of my themes from the Creative Commons ShareALike Attribution license to the GPL license. Under GPL, you can basically do whatever you want with my themes; it’s almost like a free for all deal. Mainly, GPL means removing the link-back requirement. Why am I switching? Despite that, I’m just ONE theme designer and despite that, I […]
I’m currently working on a new WordPress theme that focuses on search engine optimization, multiple plugin support, flexibility, fluid width, monetization, and many other features. To me, it’s sort of like a super theme, hence, the name Supreme. Below is an unorganized outline of Supreme’s features: Easy to skin (change to a completely different look without […]