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Michael Sturgeon

CSS Hero: The Best CSS WordPress Plugin Ever? - WP Daily Themes - 4 views

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    If you don't have the time to learn CSS or the budget to hire a designer, then CSS Hero WP plugin may just be the virtual hero you've been waiting for.
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    CSS Hero may not be free, but it is an amazingly powerful CSS tool. Even if you know CSS inside and out, this tool / plugin, expedites the process and is great when you have to meet tight time scheduled site production.
Peter Nilsson

CSS Hero WordPress Plugin Updated to 1.1 With New Great Improvements - 3 views

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    CSS Hero is an awesome customization tool and plugin that can be used by anyone who want to customize their WordPress themes with new colors, fonts or CSS effects. 
Peter Nilsson

4 Visual CSS Editors Plugins for CSS WordPress - 1 views

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    Use one of these CSS editor plugins to change the appearance of your WordPress website and without editing any code, including CSS Hero and Genesis Extender
Luciano Ferrer

How To Style Your Posts Based on Category, Tag or Custom Taxonomy in WordPress - Theme.fm - 0 views

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    "How To Style Your Posts Based on Category, Tag or Custom Taxonomy in WordPress Style Posts by Taxonomy We heard this question many times and it's not as simple as it sounds, so we're dedicating a whole blog post to the solution. Today we'll talk about child themes, taxonomy (categories, tags and custom taxonomy), the post_class function, it's filter friend and their correct usage in WordPress themes. As simple as it sounds, adding the appropriate CSS rules to your theme stylesheet doesn't always work unless you're using default themes or very well written ones. Then again, even if it does, you might see it broken during the next update to the theme you're using, which brings us to child themes."
Peter Nilsson

Stylechanger WordPress Plugin Review - Customize any WordPress Theme or Plugin - 1 views

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    Stylechanger is a WordPress plugin that changes the game for customizing customizing in an easy and near foolproof way to customize any WordPress theme or plugin.
Michael Sturgeon

Design a Stylized Custom WordPress Login Screen - SitePoint - 5 views

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    "In this article, I'll show you in a few short steps how to get started with modifying the login screen so that users experience a customized, branded look and feel. I went over the top with this design just to show how dramatically the login form can be stylized using a simple mod to the functions.php file and some CSS."
Luciano Ferrer

How to Style Each WordPress Post Differently - 0 views

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    "Have you ever came across a site that style their posts differently? Some sites have different sticky posts highlighted whereas others have each category post styled with a different color, or some may even have a totally unique outlook altogether. Well, that is exactly what we are going to cover in this article. We will share how you can style different WordPress posts in different ways. So what are we going to use? We will use a function called post_class. Post Class function prints out different post container classes which can be added, typically, in the index.php, single.php, and other template files featuring post content. Note: This tutorial requires that you are somewhat familiar with WordPress theming, and know fairbits of HTML / CSS. "
Luciano Ferrer

Style Different Categories in Your WordPress Site Differently Using CSS - Tuts+ Code Tutorial - 0 views

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    "In the previous tutorial I showed you how to style the posts on your main blog page according to their category, creating color coding by category. A lot of sites that use this technique also take it further by adding distinct styling to each section of their site, in a way that co-ordinates with the styling on the main blog page or home page. You can just use a simple color scheme or add completely different styling to each section, maybe with a different logo or branding for different parts of your organisation, or even a different layout. An example is the London Times website, which uses a different color for each section of its site. The front page uses these colors in a banner above each post, as shown in the screenshot:"
marshal sandler

Checkmate 2.0: A Free Premium WordPress Theme - 0 views

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    Checkmate 2.0: A Free Premium WordPress Theme The Perfect Building Block for Your Blog Checkmate has been a very popular WordPress theme with thousands of users worldwide. Now it is has been made even better. I've learned a thing or two from the users of Checkmate, listened to the feature requests and I've decided it is time to release Checkmate 2.0. Checkmate 2.0 is built on the original version of Checkmate, but could almost be considered a completely new theme. The interface has gotten a huge and much needed update. The layout is still simple and clean but now is more polished and modern. Customizing the Customizing and the look of theme is even better, the entire site was coded with the end user Customizing the site in mind.
Luciano Ferrer

WordPress › Rating-Widget « WordPress Plugins - 3 views

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    "The Rating-Widget Ratings plugin allows you to create and manage ratings from within your WordPress dashboard. You can embed ratings into your posts, pages or comments. PLUS, you can embed ratings into your BuddyPress activity updates and comments. In extra, the rating support BP's bbPress forum posts ratings. All Rating-Widget ratings are fully customizable, cross-browser, support multi-language, CSS3 compliant and hosted by Rating-Widget.com. You can create unlimited ratings and collect unlimited votes. The rating editor allows you to fully customize your ratings and its placement on your blog's layout. You can also avail of the the 'Top Rated' widget that will allow you to place the widget in your sidebar. This widget will show you the top rated posts, pages and comments."
Anna Taylor

Open Source Content Management: One Big Happy (Disfunctional) Family - 1 views

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    Content management systems have effectively replaced much of the tedious HTML and CSS work that was required to make changes to a website. A custom theme for your CMS still takes time and an experienced professional to execute, but business owners no longer face the hassle of learning code or paying a developer for ongoing changes for simple adjustments to content.
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