How do you expect to learn WordPress development if you will never open a file in a text editor?

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"

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 "Tiny Forge user guide"

Tip01, involved files: functions.php

The best way to modify a WordPress theme is to not modify it at all 😀 Instead you would modify a child theme that is based on the parent theme of your choice. This will let you receive all future updates and not to lose your changes when updating (WordPress overwrites theme files with every new theme version). The good news - an example of starter child theme is included with my themes!

If you were dealing with child themes before, most likely you are including the parent theme's CSS file via style.css. That is the standard way of doing it, so you might be surprised why Tiny Forge and Tiny Framework child themes do it the other way ...continue reading "WordPress theme Tip01: include CSS and JavaScript files via functions.php"