Child Themes

Without question, the best way to customize files in a WordPress theme is with a child theme. That way you’ll have an easier time updating the parent theme when an update is released. To help you create a child theme, we’ve written a series of posts on the Organized Themes Blog that you can use

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Creating a Multilingual Site

Often times we need to have a site that is published in more than one language. While WordPress is published in numerous languages, it does not support multi language sites in an intelligent fashion out of the box. The best way to set up a multilingual WordPress site is with the WPML plugin (http://wpml.org). This

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Kerygma

This guide will walk you through setting up a site with our Kerygma theme. Theme Options Upon installing and activating the theme, you’ll be redirected to the Theme Options page. This screen gives you the ability to set the options that are built into the theme such as appearance, branding, and podcast feeds. The theme

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Umami

Thank you for purchasing our Umami theme for WordPress. This guide will help you set up your site with theme and get started using it. Once the theme is installed and activated, you’ll be directed to the Theme Options page. This is where the major settings for the theme are found and it’s where we’ll

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Chrome Font Bug

Are your Google Fonts not showing up in Chrome suddenly? You’re not alone. There is a bug in Google Chrome that is preventing some web fonts from Google Fonts and other font services from displaying. As a temporary solution until Google issues an update, I’ve created a plugin you can download here to address the

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Selfie

Thank you for purchasing our Selfie by OT theme for WordPress. We do appreciate it. This guide will help you set up your site using the theme. Theme Options Once the theme is activated, you’ll be taken to the Theme Options page. You can find this page at any time by clicking on Appearance on

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Elite

Thank you for purchasing our Elite theme. This post will help you get it set up and running on your site. For reference we’ll be using the theme demo as a guide. If you’d like to set up your theme as a copy of the demo, there are instructions and sample content available here. Theme

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WordPress 3.6

WordPress 3.6 brings with it quite a few enhancements and also some potential trouble. It uses a newer version of jQuery (the javascript that runs things like sliders, lightbox pop-ups, responsive videos and more). Normally that would be a good thing, but in this instance the version of jQuery removes support for some features that

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Twitter Widget Update

In mid-June 2013, Twitter officially turned off the 1.0 version of their API. This was the tool that most Twitter widgets (including our own) used to display tweets on a WordPress site. That does not mean that you are unable to display your latest tweets. Now you’ll need to use a plugin to do so.

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