There’re a lot of WordPress portfolio themes on the market, premium or free. But most of them are very minimal and lack features that creative designers or agencies need. So, we created TheJ – our latest creative WordPress portfolio theme to fill in the blank.
There are hundreds of thousands WordPress themes on the Internet and finding a suitable theme for your specific purpose is a time-consuming task. So, I create this post to help you find what you need in a handpicked list of beautiful and good WordPress themes. You don’t have to look for in many websites and thus, you can spend more times with your family and friends. Today, I’m going to write about WordPress travel themes for travel blogs, a topic that many people are interested in, especially the travelers who want to share their feelings and experience about the places they visit, who they meet, what they eat, etc.. This is the list of best WordPress travel themes that I manually picked, so check them out!
It’s been a month since we launched our blog theme and today I’m very happy to announce that my team FitWP has just launched a new beautiful WordPress music theme – FELIX. FELIX took us several months to develop. Most of the time was developing features for a music / band website such as manage artists, albums, or playlist. We’ve learnt a lot from our most popular theme NOISE and applied them into FELIX.
I’ve been a fan of PHPStorm for several years. Before PHPStorm, I tried many IDEs and editors, including some very popular names like NetBeans, Eclipse or Sublime Text 3 but I chose with PHPStorm for the number of features and support for WordPress. It gets better and better over time. If you’re a Sublime Text user, you might argue that Sublime Text is more lightweight and more productive because of its keyboard shortcuts. I can agree with the “lightweight” term, but not the other. PHPStorm has a very nice list of productive keyboard shortcuts as you can see below.