Add Menu Support to your WordPress Theme

WordPress 3.0 includes a menu navigation system that is handy, especially when your handing a themed site off to the customer. Below is a way to add menu support to your WordPress theme while maintaing compatibility in case a menu is not created. In your theme’s functions.php add the following code: <?php function mytheme_addmenus() { […]

Navigation Menus in WordPress

Navigation Menus Navigation Menus in WordPress allow you to add custom navigation menus into your theme. This is a great alternative to wp_list_pages for creating your site navigation. In order to setup menus in your theme, you need to add a few lines of code to your theme files. Edits to functions.php First, in your […]

Cross-Browser CSS Gradient

Cross-Browser CSS Gradient Although the CSS gradient feature, introduced by Webkit has been around for a few years, it is still not fully support cross-browser. This post will show you how to create CSS gradients that are supported by the major browsers: IE, Firefox 3.6+, Safari, and Chrome. For Webkit Browsers The following line of […]

Releasing New Versions of WordPress Plugins

How to release update your WordPress plugin Make changes to the trunk. The trunk should only have your working copy. Update your readme.txt file to describe the changes you have made, but DO NOT change the Stable Tag. This number is pointing to an existing directory inside your repo’s tags directory. Save your files, then […]