Looking for a perfect WordPress Theme? well.. there isn’t one. In a quest to find an all-out WordPress theme, I’ve come across very few themes that are (not perfect but) close to “having ‘em all”. Mostly the case is – themes with great designs lack an optimized code structure and those that do have good structure have somewhat loose or incomplete designs that leave us wanting more.
A WordPress theme with thorough coding and Design that is close to “having ‘em all” while still leaving room for cutomizability was the main goal here. (more…)
WordPress 2.7 has come up with some new features on the front end, that needed to be implemented in the theme for them to be functional. Though PrimePress 1.3 did work well with WP 2.7, we couldn’t really make use of these new goodies. (more…)
Although not as soon as I wanted, PrimePress 1.3 is up with some pretty considerable changes.
Looking around for ways to make the theme more user friendly, I noticed some of you (more…)
I saw some people looking to display a different image on each WordPress Page instead of the site wide random images. Read on…
First, I’ll give you the code and explain how it works. That way, you’ll understand it better and can easily adapt it to your site. (more…)
Thank you so much people! for your ever broadening interest in this WordPress theme.
Earlier on, I assumed support through comments would be sufficient for PrimePress. I was wrong. Support process is getting way too dis-organized and it’s getting increasingly hard to find the right info under the relevent post. (more…)
Some of you might want to display a static front page as the homepage of your WordPress blog. This can now be done in PrimePress using Page templates and here’s a quick tutorial. No fancy magazine style layouts right now but a simple Page with the content of your choice. (more…)
Its amazing how some simple CSS tweaks like changing the background color or adding a border can drastically change the overall design of a site.
Here are two ways you can personalize your site by adding some simple bits of code to your custom stylesheet. Just paste these code snippets into the
“…Worth a Thousand Words”
another boring cliche that has lost its intended meaning? hell no! It has been over-used alright… (and I wouldn’t dare say that out loud) but its true to its every word.
A few well chosen images – can add tons of visual appeal to your site, can convey more information, can make a good site a great one. so gather up all the pictures you like, putting them up in PrimePress is easy. (more…)
When modifying a WordPress theme, finding the right element in the stylesheet and making changes to it is confusing. Finding them again, for when we update the theme or simply decide to tweak the styles some more, is even more frustrating.
A solution then… (more…)