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November 2nd in WordPress Themes by .

Coupon sites have been around for years. Many of us still rely on them to save money on thing we want to buy. The market is very competitive, but if you believe you can outperform existing coupon sites on the market, there is no reason you shouldn’t get involved. Flatter is an elegant child theme for Clipper that lets you build a coupon website using WordPress.

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October 19th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Most WordPress users understand the importance of using child themes to avoid losing their custom theme settings. Creating your own child theme is pretty easy. These 5 plugins let you get things done even faster:

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Child Theme Configurator: a simple plugin that lets you create child themes and customize templates and functions. It is multisite compatible. [click to continue…]

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January 22nd in Wordpress Plugins by .

Anybody who uses a highly customized WordPress theme knows the importance of using a child theme. Creating a child theme is pretty easy in most cases. You don’t need to be a PHP coder or an experienced designer to get it done. Child Theme Configurator is one of many plugins you can use to create and customize your child theme easier.

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March 23rd in Wordpress Plugins, Wordpress Tips by .

Creating child themes is not as scary as it sounds. As long as you understand how your child theme’s CSS, regular files, and functions.php file behave, you are going to have an easy time creating and managing your own child themes. These 5 WordPress plugins make the process even easier:

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Child Theme Configurator: lets you create a child theme from any installed theme. You can apply changes to your child theme, identify and override selectors from the parent theme, change colors, and do a whole lot more. [click to continue…]

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April 30th in WordPress Themes by .

Thesis 2 has been around for a few months already. It has gone through major changes and feels a lot different from Thesis 1.8.x. While I am not a big fan of some of the changes, Thesis 2 still remains an attractive WordPress framework for developers and webmasters. Many webmasters use Thesis for blog sites. But you could do a whole lot more with it. Here are 3 themes you can use to adopt Thesis for your magazine site:

Quik: the theme is compatible with Genesis and Thesis 2. It is fully responsive and has completely editable templates. It has multiple article sliders and 6 color schemes. [click to continue…]

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September 10th in WordPress Themes by .

The Thesis framework makes putting together sophisticated websites easy. You do need to know your way around CSS and PHP to get the most out of Thesis though. You can get around that by picking up child themes for it. Rough Print is an attractive Thesis child theme that transforms your WordPress install into a tumblog-style portal.

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