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Now offering Resposive child themes for WordPress

By |2012-09-16T23:30:37-05:00September 16th, 2012|Categories: Austin Themes News, Designing Wordpress Themes, Featured, Wordpress, Wordpress Themes|Tags: , , , , , , |

I will now be offering Responsive, Mobile-Ready wordpress child themes based off the Responsive framework. Let Austin Themes create your custom mobile wordpress theme, that changes based on the size of the user's screen - creating a unique experience across the platforms, all from just one wordpress theme! I can also convert existing WordPress themes to [...]

7 steps for finding the best design style for your custom website

By |2012-03-19T09:38:53-05:00March 19th, 2012|Categories: Designing Wordpress Themes, For designers, graphics design, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

It's a blank slate and a crayon dilemna. Finding the best design for your website can be a high-pressure choice of thousands of different layouts, color schemes, and design elements. Adding to that pressure is the need for consistency in visual design, so getting it right the first time is something that most will be working [...]

Choosing your new wordpress theme

By |2017-12-11T00:04:22-05:00February 9th, 2012|Categories: Designing Wordpress Themes, Free wordpress themes, Wordpress Themes, Wordpress Tips and Tricks|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Faced with the vast variety of the free and premium wordpress themes out there, many people hesitate to really look for their own actual design and just go with one of the (still-great) wordpress themes in the wordpress extend theme repository. While it is certainly a quick solution, sometimes it's worth taking the extra time and [...]

Using wordpress shortcodes with template tags

By |2017-12-11T00:04:25-05:00July 29th, 2011|Categories: Designing Wordpress Themes, Uncategorized, Wordpress Tips and Tricks|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Tired of being confined to the main content area or sidebars for using shortcodes? Look no further. It's actually very simple to use wordpress shortcodes in your theme files. Just add the following snippet, replacing the shortcode enclosed with your own! It's that simple. SNIPPET <?php echo do_shortcode(’[ slideshow id=2 ]); ?>