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WordPress TwentyTen Accordion Child Theme

By Toby Cryns / April 15, 2011 / Comments Off on WordPress TwentyTen Accordion Child Theme

I was playing around with jQuery UI and WordPress over the weekend and built this simple, accordion child theme of TwentyTen.  Of course, I also maintain “The Mighty Moo!“, a custom accordion WordPress theme. The theme, called “The Mighty Accordion“, and it is awesomely simple and elegant.  It does not add any styles and instead… Continue Reading WordPress TwentyTen Accordion Child Theme

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WordPress Calorie Intake Counter Theme

By Toby Cryns / December 28, 2010 /

Let’s just say my pants have been struggling to keep up with my width. I need to start looking at my diet. So, I thought this would be a great time to utilize custom post types from within a WordPress theme.  The goal would be to create a theme that tracks: Foods that I eat… Continue Reading WordPress Calorie Intake Counter Theme

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Alternative to 37 Signals’ Highrise: A WordPress Theme

By / October 11, 2010 /

In case you missed my last post, I believe we can build a simple WordPress theme that rivals 37 Signals’ Highrise application in terms of functionality and ease of use. I got so excited about the prospects of building that theme that I stayed up all night working on it.  It is currently working well,… Continue Reading Alternative to 37 Signals’ Highrise: A WordPress Theme

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How to Create a BuddyPress 1.2 Child Theme

By / January 25, 2010 /

I just spent a good 30 minutes figuring this out, so I thought I would post just in case anyone out there is having a similar mental block.  🙂 To create a BuddyPress 1.2 child theme, simply create a new folder in your normal “wp-content/themes” folder and then put a style.css file into that folder… Continue Reading How to Create a BuddyPress 1.2 Child Theme

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WordPress Themes Are Only Partially GPL-Licensed

By / July 6, 2009 /

There has been considerable debate (and more debate) recently about whether or not WordPress themes are or should be GPL-licensed. The official word from WordPress and the Software Freedom Law Center is that WordPress themes are only partially GPL-licensed. That is, the php code falls under a strict GPL license, while the CSS and images… Continue Reading WordPress Themes Are Only Partially GPL-Licensed

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