20+ Stunning WordPress Portfolio Themes to Inspire You

Finding the perfect portfolio theme to show off your work can be time consuming.

There are hundreds upon hundreds of theme available, all with different features like Masonry grids, video, custom post types and parallax, to name a few.

The key to finding a great theme for your portfolio is to first work out what you need to support your content. If you’re a photographer you may want a full-width slider homepage. If you’re an artist or an illustrator a grid layout may be the best way to display your work.

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How To Stop Your WordPress Intranet Becoming An Unmanageable Mess

Given its popularity, it’s only natural that organizations should look to WordPress as a potential intranet solution.

It’s far too easy, however, to get carried away and load up a site with every plugin imaginable and end up with an unmanageable mess.

So how you can avoid disaster and ensure that your WordPress intranet is fit for purpose, is solving your organization’s problems and is not going to have co-workers muttering about you over the water cooler?

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How to Quickly Remove WordPress Widget Titles

Recently, I was adding widgets to the footer of a WordPress site I was putting together and the widget titles just didn’t look right with the theme. The Twitter widget I was using didn’t need a title – it was obviously displaying the latest tweet.

Unfortunately, there isn’t an option in WordPress to disable widget titles (now that would be a handy little feature), but there are ways and means of getting around it.

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5 Awesome Free WordPress Shortcode Plugins

Shortcodes provide an easy way to add custom content to your site. Whether you want to add tabs to a page or buttons to a post, shortcodes let you quickly insert elements you regularly use.

WordPress introduced the shortcode API with the release of WordPress 2.5 six years ago. Many themes and plugins (including many of our own) use shortcodes to allow users to customize their sites and display content where they choose.

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How To Add A New Yorker Style Header To Your WordPress Site

The New Yorker does it and so does The New York Times, so perhaps it’s just a Big Apple thing.

But changing and then fixing the page header as the reader scrolls up seems like an entirely sensible approach to not only maintaining branding but also to providing consistent and easy access to the primary navigation.

In this post, I’ll show you how to do the same with your WordPress site, even if you don’t live in New York.

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