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Nur

I am a Wordpress, Website Developer and Designer, creator @ WP Arena, Provide Free WordPress consultation and can help to install WordPress in a secure way to small businesses and bloggers.

Inspirational & Remarkable Favicons Collection

Favicons are those little 16 x 16 icons that appear next to the URL in the address bar of a web browser. They also show up on the tabs (if you’re using a tabbed browser), in your bookmarks.  There is  Photoshop plugin to create *.ico file, but I would really suggest You to use Online favicon generators to automate the process. I will provide you a list of website where you can generate free of cost your Favicon and you must visit “How to Add favicon into WordPress Blog and Website“.

Today  I am compiling a list of  inspirational Favicons, a list of  Primer icons and website where you can create tiny gem for your own website.   Click on particular favicon to get more insight into that website and  than you can compare how favicon design relates to overall layout design.

Inspirational favicons :


Aurea | Akken | Divshare Tanya Merone Fat man Collective |   Akamai

Somox Kiva Mattwebb |   Indesign einsteiger portal |   Kirkpatrickbank

Deforum |   imasters Getpaint |   Microformats |   kath-thun Campus Berlin

Quada Office | Modulio |   Joomlart |   Illustration Class |   Trend Watching

Edag | One Laptop Skyrocket |   Weblinc |  WeFi Typo3 |

FreeagentcentralTurbomilk |   Mingle2 |   WakoopaAirset

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Helpful Tips, Hacks and Tutorials about WordPress

You’ve decided you need a website on WordPress or you want to create one for your client by using this wonderful platform because it is absolutely free, customizable and have a great support by WordPress Developers and Designers.  There are two excellent, time-saving, traffic boosting reasons to build your website with WordPress:

· WordPress provides the user with a full Content Management System (plus many other features)
· WordPress blogs traditionally fare better with Google rankings and Search Engines, since they are so highly optimized

One other huge WordPress advantage that you can get lot of free Tips, tutorials and hacks on WordPress. Sometimes you don’t know where to look for help, or even what to look for. In this article I am compiling a list about WordPress Tips, Tricks, and Hacks that you will definitely find useful.

WordPress Tutorials


Beginner’s Guide: How to install WordPress manually


There are a couple of ways to install WordPress, and you should do it in a way that works for you. Some hosts have “one-click” installs via applications that install WordPress without you getting your hands dirty. You can also install it manually with an FTP client or Shell access.

How to Build a Basic Portfolio WordPress Theme

f you’ve been following parts one and two of this portfolio website tutorial series you will already know how to design the concept in Photoshop and build a working demo in HTML/CSS. Now let’s take the design and convert it into a basic WordPress theme so you can easily manage and update your website through the popular WordPress application.

Add Useful Links to WordPress Admin Bar

In this tutorial, we’ll be building a simple plugin that will let us add some handy links (e.g. a Twitter search for the current post, analytics, and ad sales), as well as remove the links we don’t want.

Easily create multilingual sites with WordPress

Some days ago, I had to build a multilingual website using WordPress and the WPML plugin. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you what I’ve done to make a website available in three different languages.

Best Way to Have Quality Comments Only?


In this post, I want to share some ideas, along with a quick look at their pros/cons, and I’d love to hear your thoughts. What do you think would work best? Would it put you off commenting?

Killer hacks to enhance WordPress editor

When you’re a blogger, the editor is indeed something very important because it is the tool used to write your posts. In this article, I’m going to show you some hacks and tips to enhance WordPress editor. Enjoy!

Events List With Custom Post Types and Taxonomies

In this 2-part tutorial, we are going to extend our events list script to set up a new post type purely for the events, and create a new taxonomy for tagging our events.

How to Create Fancy JQuery Tooltip for Your WordPress Post Title

Usually, WordPress theme developer already provide a tooltip for post title. This tooltip appears when visitor hover the mouse over a post title in the home page or archive page or any page with linked post title.

How to List Categories along with Their Posts

To help site visitor finding one or two categories, We can use default widget or wp_list_categories to list the categories. In some case, We want to display the categories along with their posts. Unfortunately, this default widget and function can’t perform that. But this snippet can.

How to Create Preload Images with jQuery in WordPress

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to preload the images with jquery. With this feature your site can enhancing user exprience.

How to improve local WordPress development on a Mac


In this tutorial I will show you how to set up WordPress installs using MAMP in your Mac /Sites directory, how to set up multiple localhost aliases, and briefly talk about the various versions of WordPress I keep on my Macs.

How to find WordPress themes, quickly and easily

Sometimes it’s not easy to find the perfect WordPress theme. There are a lot of WordPress themes out there, but the perfect theme can at times seem like a needle in a haystack. To help you in your searching, we’ve put together the following guide to finding WordPress themes. If we’re missing a solid method, feel free to add your own tips in the comments.

How to Redirect Visitors to a Temporary Maintenance Page in WordPress with Maintenance Mode


In this article, we will share two WordPress plugins that you can use to redirect your visitors to a temporary maintenance page while administrators can still work and access the site.

How to Add a Gallery in WordPress with a Lightbox Effect


In this article, we will show you how can add the native gallery in a WordPress post or page. We will also show you how to install a plugin that will allow your users to open the full-size images in a lightbox which will keep them from going to a different page.

How to Extend the Auto Logout Period in WordPress

Here’s a useful bit of code for increasing the time that cookies are kept, so that users can remain logged in longer. It was originally posted by Alex (Viper007Bond) on the WordPress StackExchange in response to a user’s question. It was originally posted by Alex (Viper007Bond) on the WordPress StackExchange in response to a user’s question.

Ten Things Every WordPress Plugin Developer Should Know

Having written several plugins myself, I’ve come to learn many (but certainly not all) of the ins-and-outs of WordPress plugin development, and this article is a culmination of the things I think every WordPress plugin developer should know. Oh, and keep in mind everything you see here is compatible with WordPress 3.0+.

6 .htaccess Tricks for Better WordPress SEO & Security

Here are six htacccess tricks that will help improve the security and SEO quality of your WordPress-powered site. We do this using .htaccess to establish canonical URLs for key peripheral files, such as your robots.txt, favicon.ico, and sitemap.xml files. Canonicalization keeps legitimate bots on track, eliminates malicious behavior, and ensures a better user-experience for everyone.

How to display Content from a Single Category in WordPress

If you have a category called Themes, and you want to display the last three posts from that category on your front page, in your blog sidebar, or somewhere else on your site, you can use this template tag.

Move WordPress Admin Bar to the Bottom

Not everybody likes the WordPress Admin Bar, which exists since WordPress 3.1, at the top of the browser. With just a bit CSS you can change it. The following function provides CSS directly in the footer of backend and frontend. It displays the Admin Bar at the bottom.

How to Remove the Admin Bar from WordPress 3.1

You may have noticed that there is a new admin bar add to WordPress 3.1 that shows up when you are logged in as a subscriber or above. While I can see that this might be useful on some sites, for most this is just an annoyance and makes the site look too generically ‘WordPress’ or detracts from existing functionality that you may have added, such as search adaptations.

20 Helpful WordPress SQL Queries Snippets

There are endless reasons for editing the WordPress database, but there are always those SQL queries that are needed more than the rest. And that is what we have for you today.

20 More WordPress Code Snippets and Hacks

When coding WordPress themes, especially if you do it regularly, its really useful to have a selection of code snippets in your toolbox to just ‘copy-n-paste’ as and when the functionality needs. Not just your most commonly used code, but also some snippets that can, when required, extend WP even further.

Beginner’s Guide to WordPress Plugin Development

We’ll be going over a few ways to get started in plug-ins development for WordPress. The steps are fairly simple and don’t require a large dedication to study. Rudimentary knowledge of PHP would be useful even with a basic understanding of the WordPress file structure and Administration panel.

How to Code a WordPress 3.0 Theme from Scratch

In this tutorial we are going to show you exactly how to code a WordPress 3.0 theme from the ground up to take advantage of all of these new features, as well as create a blogging-ready, minimal theme.

A Beginner’s Guide to Optimizing WordPress Websites

By default, WordPress websites are a lot like young athletes—skillful and full of promise, yet highly unrefined. In order to help your site reach its potential, you must provide coaching and assistance in certain key areas.

How to manually update your WordPress login

If you need to change your WordPress login, the easier is to use PhpMyAdmin and execute a simple SQL query to update it. Here’s a quick recipe to show you how to proceed.

Add custom parameters into the body_class() function

When creating a website on WordPress, it can be really useful to be able to add one (or more) custom parameter into the body_class() function. Here is a function I use very often when building sites for my clients.

Track post views without a plugin using post meta

Add this snippet into the functions.php of your wordpress them then follow step 1. and step 2. to display the number of views for each post.

Custom Post Type 404 Error Solutions and Fixes

WordPress 3.0?s Custom Post Types are undoubtedly a valuable feature. They allow you to extend the platform like never before, but also can occasionally cause some problems when developing; most commonly 404 issues.

How-to- Custom Post Types for Events (WordPress)

Chances are you found this page looking for a tutorial on how to create Events with Custom Post Types within WordPress.

How to Use WordPress Post Types and Taxonomies

With the release of WordPress 3.0, two great ways to better organize and display content were introduced: post types and taxonomies. These two advances improve WordPress’ role as an all-around content management system, and they continue to prove that WP is not just a blog platform.

An Updated WordPress Events List

Around this time last year, I wrote a post on how to create an Upcoming Events section on your WordPress blog. As several of you found out this January though, that code had an issue in it that meant it stopped working with the new year. In this post, we’re going to fix that.

WordPress $post, $term and $comment Object Cheat Sheet

There are several objects in WordPress that we use all the time, namely $post, $comment and categories/tags. If you’re like me though, you never remember everything that’s in there, or the names of the values you want.

Best Premium WordPress Tutorials


Creating a Subscription Site Using WordPress

In this tutorial, I will walk you through creating a subscription site using WordPress and PayPal Subscriptions. By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to create and personalize the WordPress registration page and login page, create custom registration fields tailored to your site, and restrict content based on category and if the user is logged in. Along the way, I provide insights to WordPress fundamentals, and help point the way to further learning. This is a great WordPress tutorial for intermediate to advanced users who want to learn how to easily and effectively create subscription sites and use WordPress as a content-management-system.

Create a Universal Slider Manager in WordPress

In this video tutorial you will be learning how to create a very basic slider manager in WordPress. You can use the technique that you will learn from this tutorial to create more powerful slider managers for your WordPress themes or even plugins as I did for both of my themes on ThemeForest Space & Xero. Enjoy!

In this tutorial I will show you how to develop a WordPress Premium Widget similar to the Popular Posts Bars Widget at CodeCanyon.

Custom Portfolio Page For Your WordPress Theme

Whether you’re modifying an existing wp theme, or building a new one, this easy to follow tutorial will allow you to add the commonly used Portfolio/Gallery Page to your website. You can also use this same method to create other custom pages & custom categories (category-x.php) to display “WP Custom Post Types” in categories of your choosing.

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to protect your web site from hackers, spammers, automated software, and bots that run rampant online. WordPress is by far the most popular self-hosted blogging solution, and for that very reason it’s also one of the most targeted for vulnerabilities. WordPress is so easy to setup and use from a shared hosting control panel that many non-technical people create web sites and blogs with no knowledge that they could be completely wiped out in a heartbeat -and all their hard work could be list in an instant.

Part 3: Walks you through converting your static theme into a WordPress template as well as how to tweak WordPress to run as your cms.

When most people think about WordPress, they think about blogs. If you look at the front page of WordPress.org, they talk a lot about blogging as well. What they don’t tell you is that WordPress can also double as a very powerful CMS ; you just have to set it up properly. It can be a bit tricky to get setup and working the way that you want; but this is where I come in.

Part 2: Walks you through converting the .psd layout to a valid HTML /CSS Template.

When most people think about WordPress, they think about blogs. If you look at the front page of WordPress.org, they talk a lot about blogging as well. What they don’t tell you is that WordPress can also double as a very powerful CMS ; you just have to set it up properly. It can be a bit tricky to get setup and working the way that you want; but this is where I come in.

WordPress as a CMS – Part 1

Part 1: Walks you through creating the site template in photoshop. You DO NOT get into anything WordPress in this part.

Throughout this six-part beginner-to-master series, we’ll be using the advanced features of WordPress to create our own portfolio & blog, complete with an options page.

Thank you very much for visiting my blog and hope you enjoyed this post!  Do you have another wordpress tutorials? Please share by leaving a comment below.

WordPress Error Notification in your E-mail Box

With the help of  the Error Reporting plugin you can identify problems in your WordPress Blog and keep youself aware of errors in a live blog. This Plugin will prove to be a valuable tool for the WordPress developer.  With its Highly customizable settings you can locate various types of  WordPress Core errors, and plugin and theme errors. Errors can be handled by logging to files and/or by email notification.

Logs Errors to files and / or Sends Error Notification emails. Records Ping Errors and displays them in a dashboard widget. For more info, please visit the plugin’s page Error Reporting.

error-reporting screenshot 1
Email Options

error-reporting screenshot 2

Option Settings Logic

error-reporting screenshot 3

Log Files

error-reporting screenshot 4

Ping Errors

error-reporting screenshot 5

Dashboard Widget

Error Reporting Plugin Description:

It is the hope that the Error Reporting plugin will prove to be a valuable tool for the WordPress developer. Highly customizable settings allow for the ability to locate various types of both native WordPress Core errors, and plugin and theme errors. Errors can be handled by logging to files and/or by email notification. The Error Reporting plugin can help identify problems during plugin development, and can help in both locating and keeping aware of errors in a live blog.
The Ping Errors feature can catch up to 100 ping errors. These are displayed in both a dashboard widget and on the plugin’s Settings page. Great for tracking repeated ping failures so you can clean up your ping list.

Ping Errors
The Ping Errors feature works independently from Log Errors and Email Errors. That is, it can be enabled even if one or both of the others are not enabled.

If you do not want to see the widget on your dashboard, please go to dashboard’s “Screen Options” and deselect “Ping Errors”
* Because a ping fails once, or even a few times, does not necessarily mean that it should be removed from your ping list. However, if one is repeatedly failing over a long period of time, it justifies investigation and possible removal.
The Ping Error feature is also available as a stand-alone plugin Ping Watcher The two are not compatible and both can not be activated at the same time. More Detail

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WordPress Premium Content

Jigowatt’s WordPress Premium Content plugin allows you to easily set up a web site with content which is only accessible to users registered with an active PayPal subscription. You can easily manage your subscribers, change subscription prices and set up custom membership renewal options (annual, bi-annual or just month by month).

Your premium content can be split into as many tiers as you like, allowing for easy creation of “Gold”, “Silver” and “Bronze” memberships, each of which given access to different levels of your premium content.

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Events Calendar Pro – WordPress Premium Plugin

The Events Calendar Premium plugin for WordPress enables you to rapidly create and manage events using the post editor. Features include Google Maps integration as well as default templates such as a calendar grid and event list for streamlined one click installation.

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LogPress

This plugin will help you to debug and speedup development of wordpress plugins and themes. Besides logging PHP error it can log a bunch of other things to help you make your website better.

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Shortcodes Pro Premium Plugin

Shortcodes Pro allows quick and easy creation of WordPress shortcodes and TinyMCE rich editor buttons from the comfort of the WordPress interface.

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WordPress Theme for photographers with BUILT-IN ECOMMERCE galleries!

Photocrati Theme is the professional WordPress themes for photographers. Creating your photo gallery website has never been so easy with these themes.  I’m a big fan of Photocrati’s themes because they designed for photographers.  They are easy to use and allows you to get your site set up in a couple hours, depending on how many photos you have.
Now they have launch their first WordPress theme with BUILT-IN ECOMMERCE galleries!

WordPress Theme for photographers

WHAT’S IN PHOTOCRATI 4.0?

  • Built-in gallery management!
  • Built-in ecommerce galleries! Add ecommerce galleries with print sizes and prices. Comes with shopping cart functionality, integrated with Paypal. Accept Paypal or credit cards for purchases. You’ll be notified of purchases and sent an order summary. You’ll fulfill orders yourself at your preferred print lab.
  • iPhone / iPad compatibility.
  • Copyright protection for Photocrati Galleries – no right clicking, dragging images to desktop, or viewing source URLs.
  • Albums. Now add album pages – with thumbnails linking to each of your galleries.
  • Border controls. Customize borders on images and thumbnails in galleries.
  • Music. Add music to your home page, gallery pages, and blog page.
  • IPTC Data. Automatically imports IPTC headlines and captions.
  • Dozens of other updates!

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How to Display Thumbnails For Related Posts in WordPress

By using this piece of code in your WordPress Theme’s single.php file you can increase page-views by adding thumbnails of related posts. There are plugins that can display thumbnails at the end of single post specially the popular YARPP (Yet Another Related Posts Plugin) plugin, but also you can use tags and a WordPress custom fields to show related posts.

This code is for  those who like to know how  How to Display Thumbnails For Related Posts in WordPress and how it works, here is the code to get related posts and their thumbnails.

Related Posts by Category

<?php $orig_post = $post;
global $post;
$categories = get_the_category($post->ID);
if ($categories) {
$category_ids = array();
foreach($categories as $individual_category) $category_ids[] = $individual_category->term_id;

$args=array(
‘category__in’ => $category_ids,
‘post__not_in’ => array($post->ID),
‘posts_per_page’=> 6, // Number of related posts that will be shown.
‘caller_get_posts’=>1
);

$my_query = new wp_query( $args );
if( $my_query->have_posts() ) {
echo ‘<div id=”related_posts”><h3>Related Posts</h3><ul>';
while( $my_query->have_posts() ) {
$my_query->the_post();?>

<li><div><a href=”<? the_permalink()?>” rel=”bookmark” title=”<?php the_title(); ?>”><?php the_post_thumbnail(); ?></a></div>
<div>
<h3><a href=”<? the_permalink()?>” rel=”bookmark” title=”<?php the_title(); ?>”><?php the_title(); ?></a></h3>
<?php the_time(‘M j, Y’) ?>
</div>
</li>
<?
}
echo ‘</ul></div>';
}
}
$post = $orig_post;
wp_reset_query(); ?>

Related Posts by Tags

<?php $orig_post = $post;
global $post;
$tags = wp_get_post_tags($post->ID);
if ($tags) {
$tag_ids = array();
foreach($tags as $individual_tag) $tag_ids[] = $individual_tag->term_id;
$args=array(
‘tag__in’ => $tag_ids,
‘post__not_in’ => array($post->ID),
‘posts_per_page’=>5, // Number of related posts that will be shown.
‘caller_get_posts’=>1
);
$my_query = new wp_query( $args );
if( $my_query->have_posts() ) {

echo ‘<div id=”relatedposts”><h3>Related Posts</h3><ul>';

while( $my_query->have_posts() ) {
$my_query->the_post(); ?>

<li><div><a href=”<? the_permalink()?>” rel=”bookmark” title=”<?php the_title(); ?>”><?php the_post_thumbnail(); ?></a></div>
<div>
<h3><a href=”<? the_permalink()?>” rel=”bookmark” title=”<?php the_title(); ?>”><?php the_title(); ?></a></h3>
<?php the_time(‘M j, Y’) ?>
</div>
</li>
<? }
echo ‘</ul></div>';
}
}
$post = $orig_post;
wp_reset_query(); ?>

First of all I would like to say thanks to mindBlogwprecipes, wpbeginner and MichaelH for this awesome piece of code! TimbThumb.

used this type of code in a PHP image-resizing script. Once you pasted this code in your theme file, the query uses the first tag of the post to fetch related posts. In the above example code , Six related posts are displayed. You can change this number.

In case if you are not satisfied from the above solution than The tutorial “Display Thumbnails For Related Posts in WordPress” explains to add thumbnails to your related post links with Yet Another Related Posts Plugin.

Resources:

Seso WordPress Theme

Recent Posts with Thumbnails Widget for Blogger
Query Function and Template Tags for WordPress
Display Thumbnails For Related Posts in WordPress
WordPress Related Post Plugin with Photo Thumbnails

Create a Mobile Friendly Site With WordPress Mobile Framework

Mobile technology growing rapidly. Almost every 3rd. user view website from their iPhone or from other smart phones. So it become necessary for website owners to create a mobile friendly version of their WordPress Site. Most of the big and top sites and blogs already have mobile friendly version. If you are not have one yet, I am sharing with you WordPress Mobile Framework, WordPress Themes and Plugin so you can create a mobile friendly version of your WordPress site.

Obox Mobile – WordPress Mobile Framework

Obox Mobile is a Mobile Framework that will seamlessly convert your WordPress site into a mobile friendly experience when people visit it via their phones.

A new mobile framework by Obox on ThemeForest. Obox Mobile is a WordPress Mobile Theme Framework that converts your site into a gorgeous layout which is compatible for mobile devices. Stunning design, attention to detail and unique features make your site stand out when visitors hit your site with their phones.

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Other ways to create a mobile friendly version of WordPress Site


1. WPTouch

WPTouch is a mobile plugin/theme for your WordPress website. It automatically transforms your WordPress blog into a web-application experience when viewed from an iPhoneTM, iPod touchTM, AndroidTM, or BlackBerry StormTM touch mobile device. WPTouch has a very good admin options panel. Make sure you check out their gallery for screenshots.

2. WPTap

WPtap is a WordPress specialist in developing mobile themes/plugins that can instantly convert your WordPress site into web-application experience when viewed from iPhone, iPod Touch, touch-based Blackberry, and Android smartphones.

3. Mobify

Mobify is a free service that makes WordPress, Drupal and other websites mobile-friendly. Supports iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and 5000+ other devices. Many top brands including, MTV, Sitepoint, Boingboing, Smashingmagazine, Discover Magazine and others are using Mobify.

4. Mofuse

They have a  free option to make your blog mobile friendly for various devices including, iPhone, Android, Blackberry and others. Their free option does not give you enough freedom which is why we did not use their service, but it is very easy to setup. They also have a WordPress Mofuse Plugin.

5. WordPress Mobile Edition

WordPress Mobile Edition is a plugin that shows an interface designed for a mobile device when visitors come to your site on a mobile device. You can see the mobile theme in action here: http://mobile.carringtontheme.com

6. WordPress Mobile Pack

The WordPress Mobile Pack is a complete toolkit to help mobilize your WordPress site and blog.

It includes a mobile switcher to select themes based on the type of user that is visiting the site, a selection of mobile themes, extra widgets, device adaptation and a mobile administration panel to allow users to edit the site or write new posts when out and about.

7. MobilePress

MobilePress is a free WordPress plugin which turns your WordPress blog into a mobile friendly blog when viewed on a cell phone. MobilePress also allows you to create custom mobile themes for different handheld devices and mobile browsers such as the iPhone, Opera Mini and Windows Mobile.

For Mobile Site Administrators


These are a mobile friendly WordPress Admin Panel for administration. This will allow you to manage comments and create new posts using your mobile device.

WordPress for iPhone

It’s a whole new WordPress for a whole new platform. WordPress for iOS is now optimized to take advantage of the iPad’s new user interface, making blogging even easier than ever before. Download it from the App Store today.

WordPress for Blackberry

Official WordPress for BlackBerry app allows you to write posts, upload photos and videos, edit pages, and manage comments. Both WordPress.com and self-hosted WordPress (2.7 or higher) sites are supported.

WordPress for Android

WordPress for Android is an Open Source app that empowers you to write new posts, edit content, and manage comments with built-in notifications. Download it now and get blogging in no time.

WordPress Moblie Themes:


On Demand iPad

Coupled with On Demand mobile theme, WPtap On Demand iPad provides a fully featured video solution on mobile platforms.

Fast Blog

Fast Blog is a WordPress theme with some extra tumblr-like features. It’s perfect for easy blogging and thanks to the WooTumblog plugin (included) you can add posts quickly even from a mobile phone.

My Mobile Page WordPress Theme

My Mobile Page WordPress Theme is a minimal mobile wordpress theme. With a modern look and a lot of cool features this can be the perfect pesonal mobile website for you. This theme can be used for personal mobile pages, web designers mobile pages, artists mobile pages and many other.

iWorld – Mobile WP Theme

My Journey WP – Personal Blog

WP Mobile Detector – WordPress Plugin

The WP Mobile Detector allows you to display a mobile theme on WordPress sites to mobile devices in minutes. Simply install the WordPress plugin and activate it. WP Mobile Detector is a WordPress plugin that detects mobile devices and displays a mobile optimized theme specifically for each mobile device.

Stereotype One Page – WordPress Theme

Stereotype is a clean and simple one page portfolio built on the 960 Grid System, HTML5 DOCTYPE and CSS3.

The theme utilizes Cufon text replacement, an easy to customize Nivo-Slider with optional caption bar, dynamic menu highlighting and a custom PHP contact form with exceptional style.

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