As a WordPress theme author there are many ways you can organize your production theme pack, but ThemeKeeper reviewers strictly observe theme submission requirements and unwritten recommendations. In this post I will explain how to prepare your production theme demo pack; what you should include, and what you should avoid.
A website should be designed around the needs of its content. So, the look and layout you might use for a standard brochure-style site won’t necessarily work as well for a site that features lots of news or products. Different types and amounts of content can greatly affect your design strategy.
A good web presence is an essential part of marketing today. We’re going to cover what makes a good marketing website, and how to create one using WordPress.
When I started my career as premium WordPress theme developer, making a theme competitive was not such a challenge. In those days you could create a premium WordPress theme with a predefined simple slider, no page builder at all, having hundreds of demos was unnecessary, WooCommerce compatibility wasn’t particularly important, neither was bbPress or any other major plugin, and you could still look forward to decent sales numbers without any promotion just because your theme was visually appealing and qualitatively good enough among its peers. I once witnessed how a single theme gave an author elite status in just three months, without any complex marketing or promotion.
According to a study of Google search trends, food blogs are the second most popular type of blog (ranked between fashion blogs and travel blogs). And it’s easy to see why–cooking is an essential part of life for everyone, and food is something that has always brought people together.
Should you use WordPress for your school website?