Posts Tagged ‘WordPress’

The popularity of WordPress plays against him in some respects. The fact that  time more companies using WordPress for their official websites, e-commerce platforms and corporate blogs makes our dear WordPress is target of attack from hackers.

And the most common way that hackers use to control a web site often introduce malware into the code, so that they can get management permissions, and thereby access to all data of the web for their uses, usually fraudulent.

I have already spoken on other occasions of some measures to ensure WordPress, but today I want to make list of basic, a reminder, to protect from malware to WordPress.

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Change passwords on a regular basis: not just the WordPress but also those of FTP, PHP myAdmin access and even the access to the control (more…)

In the previous article on resources for creating WordPress themes in HTML5, we talked about a number of very useful for web design plugins, because they allow us to make the leap to the latest version of HTML.

In this article we will talk about themes developed WordPress thinking about HTML5 and its use as a starting point to create custom templates. If you do web design freelance, you will know only too well that this is something really important.

You can find a simple example of how to create a HTML5 template for WordPress, as well as the way to clarify the code in anatomy of a wordpress theme.

Also, it is desirable to analyse any already created HTML5 template for WordPess, as in the case of the subject Yoko, which not only uses HTML5, but that you are ready for Internet Explorer versions prior to the 9.

One of the most practical ways to implement HTML5 to our WordPress site or our template, is to take a base theme. That is, choose an existing template that we will modify our information. If this is the case, there is also a large amount of free online access templates, as well as other payment.

Roots is a template designed based on HTML5 and Boilerplate (a model HTML5 encoding native, adaptable to all browsers). Roots include several plugins, elements for the link to Twitter and Facebook and optimization for SEO (search engine optimization).

Similar benefits offers the template Reverie, inspired by Roots with some characteristics. Stresses the ability to adapt to different resolutions and devices flexibly (responsive design).

Bones, is a theme that helps you develop in HTML5, also have in mind the responsive design, or design adaptive web (to resolutions and various devices). With a very clean and well documented code.

TwentyTen Five, can of course, resort to the basics using this theme, which is an evolution of the classic TwentyTen brought before default WordPress, only that converted to HTML5.

In sum, a lot of templates that will facilitate the creation of our own themes of WordPress in HTML5, don’t try!.