WordPress Themes

How to Add Schema Markup to a WordPress Theme

In the world of computer programming, schema can be defined as the overall structure for a database. As per the Schema.org website, Schema markup is the code that you integrate with your website to help the search engines return more informative results for your users. If someone has ever used rich snippets, they’ll understand exactly what schema markup is all about.
When you include content in your HTML pages, … Continue Reading

Create a Responsive WordPress Theme – Video Tutorial – 3

This is the third part of the Video Tutorial Series on How to Create a Responsive WordPress Theme using the Bootstrap Framework. In this part, I have demonstrated how to create a full width parallax image section, a recent blog posts section and a footer. An updated zip file with the related theme files are available for download at the end of this post. All the code is … Continue Reading

How to Make a CSS3 Polaroid Gallery

CSS3 has really empowered the web developer to add beauty, interactivity and animation to his web pages. The dependency on JavaScript for simple effects has reduced to a great level with the arrival of CSS3.
Just to showcase the power of CSS3, lets learn how to make a Polaroid style image gallery using CSS3 and HTML5.

Best Practices for Mobile Optimization of your Blog

Over the past few years, mobile Internet consumption has increased at an exponential rate.  A good portion of this can be attributed to the success of smart phone devices like Google’s Android platform, Apple’s iPhone, RIM’s Blackberry, and of course Windows mobile phones.
When phones first became Internet capable, it was common for developers to enable their web pages to work with the WAP browsers. Current smart phones are … Continue Reading

Nifty Rounded Edges Using Only CSS

If you have a Google Analytics account, you must have seen that Google uses slightly rounded edges in the menu buttons on the left. See the picture below :-

Today, I will teach you how to give these nifty little rounded edges to your menu. Given below is the CSS code. This goes into the head section of your HTML file. :-
CSS

ul {
width:180px;
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