After answering many user questions on WordPress support forum, I compiled a comprehensive guide on how to use Tiny Forge WordPress theme and its child themes. I hope it will give you a confident start and encourage you to start your own coding journey! ...continue reading How to use Tiny Forge and its child themes: a comprehensive guide
This bug (Track #26866) of Twenty Twelve WordPress theme is related to media query, that is responsible for print view.
@media print we find bunch of rules with the CSS class
.singular. As far as I know, Twenty Twelve does not generate such body class.
Most likely the easiest way to fix this bug is to append code snippet from Twenty Fourteen theme to the function that creates extra BODY classes ...continue reading Bug reported: Twenty Twelve uses not existing CSS class .singular
Here you will find full version history of Tiny Forge v1 WordPress theme. v1 is no longer in active development, please use new Tiny Forge II branch for your projects! If there is a need, you can access old Tiny Forge versions @ WordPress.org ...continue reading Tiny Forge v1 theme version history (maintenance mode)
RoundTable - elegant, free P2 child theme for WordPress, that will make your internal blogging experience much warmer! RoundTable will encourage your team members to engage in open conversation:
The Round Table is King Arthur's famed table in the Arthurian legend, around which he and his Knights congregate. As its name suggests, it has no head, implying that everyone who sits there has equal status. Source: WikiPedia
Screenshot of RoundTable theme (note that in this example I use several P2 plugins, check readme.txt for more information about them):
P2 is very good theme, but for some reason its default design is very basic. Perhaps P2 creators wanted to give us a little nudge, so we would create something better? ...continue reading RoundTable: elegant P2 child theme for your company’s internal blog
Employee engagement and recognition became a new area of my interest. It's one of those areas that pushes you to think outside of the box and makes you think with your heart. Why overlook simple things, that make people happy at their work place? It brings heart back to business and makes a company feel like a family business. Interesting fact:
Employee recognition from senior leaders is not as important as HR thinks - it is their peers that matter most. ...continue reading Culture of friendship, respect and recognition: building up engagement and motivation in your company