WordPress, offered by most blog hosting companies, is great for blogs and remains the easiest system to setup, use, and run your blog on. The great thing about the WordPress community is that people are more than willing to share their hard work with free themes. Because there are so many free themes out there, however, finding the right WordPress theme for your site will take time. You will have to go through many themes before finding the perfect one, but you also need to worry about more than just looks. Many themes contain embedded links to affiliate and promotion sites which can be harmful for your site.
Everyone want to have their own WordPress theme, they want to be unique and be able to present their own style. Here I have compile a list of “how to create your own WordPress theme” tutorials/articles. I hope this can save your time on searching and pay attention to your very own WordPress theme development.
There is no script to automatically load a thumbnail from a WordPress post by default. However, it is very useful for those who are using WordPress Image Gallery. But you can achieve that by using plugin. Here, I will show you how to do it manually and add into your theme.
I am using Feedburner counter with text in most of my WordPress themes. Recently, I found that they are not working properly due to the conversion of Feedburner to Google FeedProxy. Today, I found a solution thanks to one of my theme user. I will show you how to do that.
If you are a WordPress User, you should know this CMS is using tableless XHTML coding. Which means there is no table <table> tag but only <div>. I will provide some tips for you so you may have some clues when modifying your themes. Before you continue you should have some basic understanding of the HTML / XHTML. If you want to study this subject first, find the tutorials here.