July 15, 2015 — Wie erstelle ich mein erstes eigenes WordPress Theme?
Daniela gibt eine kurze Einführung in die Erstellung eines einfachen, zeitgemäßen WordPress Themes.
Wie gibt man Beiträge aus?
Wie erstellt man Page Templates?
Wir nutzt man Custom Fields?
Was ist ein Loop?
Wie verwende ich Template Tags?
January 5, 2015 — Roots isn’t for people who’ve never developed a theme before, but for people who are looking for a good way to start their custom themes, this is the way to go. This talk expects people to have some background with developing custom themes. Jumping into development with Roots will be a lot easier after this talk!
September 15, 2014 — While developing custom themes for clients many of us may tend to overlook how the WordPress architecture can be leveraged to further support our client’s content. We can easily add custom post types, plugins, or custom meta. But how can we create themes that use these resources more efficiently and effectively while lessening the bloat. Doing so can make our themes easier to use for the client and the visitor. Ultimately this can have a positive impact on your clients business. This talk looks at different ways you can use your clients content to develop custom themes tailored to their goals. Using Information architecture to plan out your theme development strategy.
August 30, 2014 — Creating an effective custom theme for your website or blog might seem like a daunting task at first. When you take a look at the files inside a “commercial” theme it sure seems like there are a lot of files. I mean… a lot of files! It is easy to take a look… and be overwhelmed. Thankfully, themes can be pretty easy to create once you understand the basic building blocks; the required template tags, a couple functions here and there, and a few php template files. After that, it’s all about adding other features… like a “sidebar” widget or two, a couple custom fields, a featured image, and a loop or two. This session helps you make sense of the code and files you need to make a simple theme… and some of the features you can add on to make more advanced themes. It also dives into the template hierarchy, custom template files, useful functions, child themes, and customizing loops via wp_query, get_posts and query_posts (if we have time). Lots of code will be demonstrated, so it is best that you have a good foundation in HTML at least.