How to Design a WordPress Theme From A to Z

I am sure you all know ThemeForest marketplace from Envato. If not, than you should check it out.
There you can find WordPress themes, Joomla themes, CSS templates and a bunch of other goodies for prices strating from as low as $3!

For those who know Envato network, you might know that Collis Ta’eed is the founder of Envato, ThemeForest, Flashden, VideoHive, AudioJungle, GraphicRiver, net.tutplus and much more…

What you might not now is that Collis Ta’eed is offering his know how of how to design a WordPress theme from A to Z in his book called “How To Be A Rockstar WordPress Designer“. Not only you’ll be able to understand a WordPress theme structure and what are the steps of modifying a WordPress theme or build one from scratch, but you will get 3 awesome WordPress themes (blog, portfolio and general themes) and you can use them on your own site(s) and you will know how to modify them to make the themes unique!

If you ask me, every blogger out there should read Collis Ta’eed’s book because this can be really a bible for every blogger and will save you a lot of money spent on designers every time you want to make a change on your website.

Check out How To Be A Rockstar WordPress Designer

6 responses on "How to Design a WordPress Theme From A to Z"

  1. Heard a lot about Rockstar. This book should be really interesting

  2. Good post–definitely going to check it out.

  3. Cheers mate, I would love to be able to create our own in house themes, this shoudl definately point me in the right direction. 😀

  4. What an awesome article, exactly what I’ve been looking for! Creating WordPress theme’s can be exhausting so it’s great to have resources like this, thanks again!

  5. looking a good book for designers… even I also want to learn how to design and develop word press themes… but the problem is that I dont know PHP… buhuuuuhu…!!!

    but will check it out… 🙂

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