WordPress 5.0 was released today. This is a major version that introduces the new editor instead of the TinyMCE. In this post, I’d like to address a few important things regarding this update and tell you what to expect next from ThemePatio.
Today I’m excited to announce an update to my latest theme Counter. This isn’t a major update, but it adds some important features that I wanted to share with you.
One of my goals with ThemePatio is to make themes that don’t only look good but are also really easy to use and don’t take you countless hours to set up.
I’ve got really great news for you guys! Earlier this week the free version of Counter was approved on WordPress.org!
Multi-column layouts can be a great way to structure the content for better readability. In this post, you’ll learn how to create columns in posts and pages in WordPress. We’ll cover both HTML/CSS and plugin methods.
The last few months were super exciting as I was co-organizing WordCamp Moscow and hard at work building this new theme. That’s why things have been a bit quiet here at ThemePatio. But the wait is over, and I’m finally ready to show you Counter — a brand new WordPress theme for small businesses.
Hey, guys! Just a quick update, I’ve released a new version of Maker Pro that converts it to a stand-alone theme. Read on to learn the reason behind this update and get instructions on how to upgrade.
In this short post, I’d like to share with you some approaches on how to modify a WordPress theme. We’ll be focusing on different kinds of modifications, big and small.