Sometimes, usually due to lack of screen real estate, designers will design a form where the field’s labels are displayed within the input field themselves, rather than sitting above or below them. I’ll admit, they can look nice from a design perspective, but I’m not a big fan of displaying forms like this for usability and accessibility reasons. I’m not alone here either, there’s lots and lots of experts that agree. With that said though, sometimes you just have to do what the designer wants.
One of the most important important things to consider when setting up your WordPress site or blog, is security.
The following infographic shows some of the most popular security plugins that can assist you in securing your site.
I recently made a presentation at the monthly WordPress Melbourne meetup on getting a WordPress theme ready for submission to the WordPress Theme Directory. It covered the Theme Review Guidelines, WordPress development standards and the GPL requirements along with testing requirements. Everything you need to know about making your theme submission as smooth as possible.