The popular features of Facebook and Tumblr, respectively, are now available. The implementation is pure WordPress, though, no integration with the others.
A good call to re-think what needs to be in a theme’s options:
So instead of cluttering up the options that really need to be easily changed, with something that has been done hundreds of times in a Plugin, just give them the basics.
I’m currently feeling pretty tired of the usual WordPress tutorials, so here’s a well-written article discussing what CMS is best for your need.
Jeff Starr lists all (ALL!) the classes and IDs generated by WordPress, ready for us to CSS away. Hats off to Jeff, this obviously takes a lot of time to finish. A must bookmark for all theme developers.
A new blog by Neven Mrgan, “collecting examples of creative, innovative, and unexpected use of emerging web technologies such as HTML5 and CSS3.” Subscribed.
[...] the real power of custom post types is more subtle – it removes those posts from default queries.
Great point by Alex King. No more ugly post exclusion based on category/tag/custom fields/whatever.