Many people enjoy using Jetpack's Gallery Carousel lightbox (personally I usually go with: Gallery Carousel Without JetPack), it is indeed very good and stable solution. But it has one "week" spot - the carousel Close button ...continue reading "Jetpack Carousel Close Button: Bigger, Brighter, Better!"
If you would like to migrate your website to Tiny Framework, please see Tiny Forge to Tiny Framework migration guide.
This is a short guide for Tiny Forge users who want to upgrade their websites to Tiny Framework WordPress theme.
First I would just try to activate Tiny Framework on your site and see how it looks, perhaps everything will be in a good shape 🙂 It is pretty safe, because you can always go back to Tiny Forge theme. Please note that Tiny Framework requires at least WordPress 4.1.
The more custom CSS and other custom code you have, the more things you might have to adjust, but in general themes are very similar, so it should not be something too difficult.
These are the areas that you may need to adjust in the migration process ...continue reading "Tiny Forge to Tiny Framework migration guide"
With this post about robots.txt rules I'm starting a series of articles about my own WordPress setup, where I'll be sharing my experience and insights. I hope it will be useful for people who are using my WordPress themes and learning their way into the WordPress web development world ...continue reading "My WordPress setup: robots.txt rules"
After answering many user questions on WordPress support forum, I compiled a comprehensive guide on how to use Tiny Framework/Forge WordPress theme and its child themes. I hope it will give you a confident start and encourage you to begin your own coding journey! ...continue reading "How to use Tiny Framework and its child themes: a comprehensive guide"