Execute Shortcodes in your Theme Files
Shortcodes are not executed when inserted into theme files, unless you do a little extra work to tell WordPress that you want them executed. This tutorial shows you how to do that.
Designing your Own WordPress Themes with Genesis Framework
The Genesis Framework is perfect for creating your own custom themes in WordPress and this new guide that they created will help you create the custom look for your site that you’ve been wanting.
Win a Theme of your Choice from ThemeFuse
ThemeFuse were kind enough to offer up three of their awesome themes to three lucky Do It With WordPress readers. Get your entries in exchange for simple tasks like tweeting, or liking us on Facebook.
A Rundown of WordPress Theme Files and What They All Do
WordPress themes can be just a few files, but to take full advantage of what WordPress can do, you need to know what theme files exist and what they can all do
WordPress Child Themes – What, Why & How
Child themes allow you to make changes to an existing theme without modifying the original theme’s files. This is the safest approach to making changes to an existing theme, because you can update the parent theme without losing your changes.
Unique Templates for Different Categories and Authors in WordPress
This tutorial shows you how easy it is to create unique templates for categories and authors on your WordPress site for when you need to display one a little differently than the others