No doubt that the one page portfolio website is more and more popular in this year. It seems that it’s simple and clean, however, it’s not very easy to intergrate the one page system in WordPress, because you must think about how to sync the navigation menu and each page sections, this is one of a big nodus, and the other nodus is how to call the loop of each page sections on the home page. I will discuss how to make an one page portfolio WordPress Theme in the following tutorials, I’m emphasizing the most important steps.
First of all, nothing will make it easier than using a Ready One Page WordPress Theme, actually, we only need the one page framework, so whatever how about the appearance of this theme. For example, you can looking for a free or premium One Page WordPress Theme on google or Themeforest. All codes in this tutorials are from SimpleKey Theme. Well, let’s get down to bussiness!
StartingLine is a simple and clean Coming Soon template. I provide two color styles for you, dark and light. Meanwhile, you can customize your own color style easily. I hope StartLine will give your business a good starting 🙂
WordPress 3.2 has been downloaded a killer 12M+ times. WordPress as a whole continues to grow and is touted to be in the approximate 14% of the web zone. That’s ridiculously huge and it astounds me how big the projects footprint has become in the 7 years I’ve been around the community. Well done to all involved!
With that said, WordPress 3.3 is just around the corner and, as usual, it’s chock full of goodies for everyone. I’d say that the notable changes for developers are the most significant. Improved metadata handling, improved SQL tools, improved cache API and deprecation of several venerable functions are all changes that developers should be aware of.
I guess you’re like me, usually impetuous when insert images into the article content in WordPress, too slowly, do the same thing again and again. So now, I found a plugin called Imagedrop as my saviour.
Please upload and active the plugin. Let’s add new post, then you will find a gallery on the page right side, you can easily drag the image into the editor, anywhere.