I’ve mentioned before in my previous posts that my upcoming WordPress theme development tutorials only apply to self-hosted WordPress-powered sites. In other words, you would have to download and install the actual software on WordPress.org to your server (or to your local environment) before you can start getting your hands dirty on building your own […]
Here are some of my tutorials that I would like to share with you all. Some of these come from other tutorial sites, others come from my brain. I hope these help with your creativity, thank you.
An inside look into WordPress themes Welcome to the very beginning of my new series of tutorials dedicated to building and maintaining WordPress themes. As of today, there have been several different ways to create your own themes, whether they’re built from scratch, built with a framework base, child theming, builder plugins, or starter themes, […]
Building Local WordPress-only Sites is Fun! It’s been a long while since I presented the last OMAKE using your local environment. In general, I introduced the AMP Stacks in which you can turn your computer into a live development server that simulates your web server. Using a local environment stack is very helpful when you […]
Building Fun with AMPPS! Welcome to our very first omake tutorial for creating your web projects using your local environment! Are you stuck with making a decision on which solution stack you would like to create your local environment from? All of the solution stacks I introduced from the previous tutorial work wonderfully, depending on the type of […]
I started off with putting up a Markdown tutorial because I feel that this is the most basic of all the web things that anyone working with the web should (take the time to) know. I began with Markdown with content lovers in general, in particular, writers (like myself), artists and non-web experts (who really don’t […]