There are literally thousands of websites out there competing for the same slice of attention. The numbers of people using the Internet on a daily basis is growing, but not nearly at the same rate as businesses getting online.
While this is good news for anyone in the web design business, it is scary for a business owner with a tight budget. It means the pressure to create and maintain a professional looking website is even more important than ever.
If you host any plugins or themes in the WordPress repository, you’re most probably offering user support through the forums also supplied by WordPress.org.
The problem is how to keep up with what’s happening in your forum. Do you check once a day, once a week, etc?
Many people ask me where they can find WordPress themes, so I thought it would be a nice idea to publish all the theme vendors I know of. Obviously I’ve got a few favourites, but in this post I just want to list all those I know of, maybe I’ll do a follow up with some of my favourites and explain why I prefer them over others.
Churchthemes.com is a new shop providing WordPress themes for churches. They launched earlier this week and are doing things a little different. Not only are they targeting a very specific niche, but they have also implemented what they suggest is a truly sustainable business model and are “doing it right” with a church-centric functionality plugin for post types and other content that should be portable.
If you spend a lot of time building WordPress themes, you should really check out Zen Coding.
You’ve many times seen a particular blog or website based on WordPress with a wonderful appearance, and you have probably wondered what WP theme it is using.
In some cases, you´re not even sure whether it is using WordPress or not. In other cases, you know it or it is quite clear since it´s shown on the footer.