Headway Themes Project Part 1 – Creating the Layout of wilwebs.org

Headway at a Glance

It is already two years ago that I wrote a review about Headway Themes. Back then I used version 3.2 of the Headway Theme. Several new version have been released since, and I must say that I like how Headway keeps improving itself with every new release. The current Headway version is 3.7, and the […]

Goodbye wilwebs.com, hello WPfy.me

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Welcome to the WPfy.me, formerly known as wilwebs.com. No, the site has not been hacked of hijacked. The reason for changing the name of this blog is the red flag that wilwebs.com received from McAfee’s Siteadvisor. Early February, while running a security report with ManageWP, I was caught by surprise when I noticed that McAfee […]

Overview of WordPress Theme Frameworks – the 2014 Edition

WordPress Theme Frameworks 2014

It is almost two years ago that I published Taking Stock on WordPress Theme Frameworks. Time for an update. Especially since “overhaul” might be a better word, than update. The first edition included all WordPress related frameworks that I came across. Whether the product was still actively maintained, or that the development had been already […]

How to Add a Widgetized Footer to StudioPress (in)SPYR 1.5+

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Last year August, StudioPress released version 2.0 of its Genesis Framework embracing HTML5 and CSS3. Since then, StudioPress as well as other providers of child themes for the Genesis Framework have been updating their themes to take advantage of the HTML5/CSS3 innovations. One of the themes concerned is StudioPress (in)SPYR, still one of my favorites […]

WordPress Frameworks, Stylesheets (CSS) and Required Coding Skills

WordPress Frameworks and Coding Knowledge

When you are a returning visitor to wilwebs.com, you will know by now that I enjoy working with WordPress theme frameworks. Such a framework allows you to create a website from scratch without the need to code. In this post, I want to have a closer look at the words “without the need to code”. […]