Bootville Theme Released

Bootville a feature packed, light weight, fully responsive theme built with Underscores and Bootstrap 3 framework. Bootville comes with many useful features such as a drag and drop homepage template, filterable portfolio built with ISOtope, integrated Font-Awesome and much more!

Bootville comes with lots of options to help you configure your site the way you want.

Options – Short list

  • Left or Right sidebar layouts
  • Typography options with over 200 Google fonts
  • Fully equipped for the free CTP Bootstrap Carousel plugin
  • Drag and Drop homepage template with button, header, footer options and Jumbotron
  • Font Awesome social icons in header and/or footer
  • Menus in header and footer

And much much more! Visit the Bootville theme page for a full list of features, screenshots and a Demo! OR

Buy Now! $12

Bootville lite users receive a 20% discount!


Bootville Lite – Free Bootstrap WordPress Theme

Bootville Lite is free light weight Bootstrap WordPress theme. It is a clean, responsive theme that can be used for almost any type of website. Bootville Lite is created using the the Underscores starter theme, BootStrap framework and makes use of Font Awesome.

Bootville uses the Bootstrap framework and will work perfectly on any size device, no need for a second theme for mobile view. Here are a few of its features.

Visit the Bootville Lite theme page for more info a demo and download.

TwentyFifteen Child Theme – TwentyFifteen Plus

TwentyFifteen Plus is a lightweight mobile friendly child theme of Twenty Fifteen. It features footer widgets, new color schemes, left or right sidebar options and more all using the built in theme customizer.

All of the new options were added to the existing theme customizer so there’s no extra bloat from a separate options panel and it’s a Twenty Fifteen child theme so it can receive updates. Here’s a list of all of its features.

  • Eight new color schemes to choose from with more coming soon
  • Option to select left or right sidebar layout
  • Option to display Excerpts or Full Posts
  • Back to the top link using the already included Genericons with an on or off option
  • Copywrite text field with an option to turn it off or on
  • Two footer widgets styled to match the rest of the theme, color matches the sidebar
  • Just like Twenty Fifteen theme it’s mobile friendly including the new footer widget areas

Visit the Twenty Fifteen Plus Page for more info and Demo!

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How to Create a WordPress Child Theme and Why

It’s easy to create your own child theme. Even with little css knowledge you can make changes to your site to make a more personalized theme and I’ll show you how to get started, explain how it works and the advantages of using a child theme.

What is a child theme?

A child theme is basically a theme that builds onto a parent theme without touching any of the parent theme files. A child theme relies on the parent theme for it’s initial layout, design, features and functions.

What is a parent theme?

A Parent theme can be almost any theme, it’s the base or “framework” of your child theme. Your child theme is built off of the parent theme. Think of the parent theme as a set of default colors and layouts for your child theme.

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Bootville Theme Feature List

Each year I try to create a child theme based off of the default WordPress themes. The last two years I didn’t bother (twenty thirteen and twenty fourteen) because those themes were just not very user friendly when it came to editing them. I will be releasing a free Twenty Fifteen child theme with several options in the very near future as soon as I have a chance to check my beta code with the final release.

I have mentioned a few times I have been working on my own theme called Bootville, and wanted to share my progress with you and would love to hear any opinions or suggestions you might have for it. It’s a clean responsive theme with many useful features based on _Underscores Starter Theme by Automattic and Twitter Bootstrap Framework. Font Awesome, IsoTope and Redux Framework were also used in its creation.

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Twenty Fifteen Theme Early Look

Every year WordPress comes out with a new default theme, this year it’s called Twenty Fifteen theme. Twenty Fifteen a clean, blog focused theme with a fixed sidebar. If you’re like me you might want to check it out before it’s released to play around with to see what it can do.

By downloading the latest WordPress beta you’ll find a copy of Twenty Fifteen inside. Grab yourself a copy here Latest WordPress

Keep in mind this is beta and not meant to be used on a live site yet and may (probably does) have a few bugs. Check it out and let me know what you think!

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Use Genericons with Twenty Twelve Theme

Twenty Thirteen and my Twenty Plus Pro theme use a font pack called Genericons, which is an efficient way to display icons on your site without increasing load times. They also allow for quick and simple styling without the use of an image editing program, which is great for me because I’m terrible at using them.

Here’s how you can use Genericons in Twenty Twelve theme to add small icons to your meta information “Posted by, Posted on, Posted in” etc etc.

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Embed Moot Forums into Twenty Twelve Theme

I recently discovered a new type of forum software called Moot. It’s different from most forum scripts, it’s a system similar to Disqus or LiveFyre comment system. It’s still in beta and lacks a few upcoming features, but fully functional and seems to work really well.

It’s features consist of image posting, watched topics, email notifications, Facebook sign on, syntax highlighting, post reporting, Akismet spam control, create new forums, completely mobile ready, real-time post preview, instant updates (no need to refresh), SEO features for redirecting to your embedded site, and can even be used as a commenting system.

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