WordPress 2.8 Themes Cookbook
Each recipe comprises step-by-step instructions followed by the analysis of what was done in each task and other useful information. The book is designed so that you can read it chapter by chapter, or you can look at the list of recipes and refer to them in no particular order. There are plenty of useful screenshots to make learning easier for you. This book is for WordPress developers who want to create powerful themes for their blogs and web sites to impress and influence visitors. This book expects working knowledge of the WordPress platform. Knowledge of HTML and CSS would also be useful.
- Electronic book text | 312 pages
- 01 Jul 2010
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Lee Jordan
Nick Ohrn has been creating with WordPress for more than five years and has worked with some of the biggest media companies in the USA. In his day to day work, he deals with the WordPress source, creates custom themes and plugins, and helps his clients and customers utilize WordPress to run their sites and their businesses. Nick has a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and works full time as a web developer with an emphasis in WordPress development. He resides in Seattle, WA and works with people and companies from around the world. Lee Jordan is a web developer with a large collection of web technology acronyms on her resume that sound like the names of laundry detergents and cause glazed expressions in school children. She designs and maintains internal and external enterprise-level websites and web-based applications as part of a project team for a privately held technical services company. Her work includes proposing, writing, and editing web content and user guides people actually read. She began her career in 1997 as a web designer after graduating from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, where she swears that she missed at least one home football game while in the computer lab. Lee later convinced Seminole Community College to give her a Web Programming degree in 2003, even though her final project was a Java-based application that actually contained a usable help file. Web development topics or whatever she can think of at the time are posted on her blog at http://leejordan.net.