Themes & Templates

Introducing Zeen – A Next Generation Theme by Codetipi

“Zeen is the most ambitious and revolutionary theme Codetipi has ever made. It was coded and designed from scratch, with minimal third-party dependencies, allowing for cutting-edge WordPress and browser practices & technologies. It was also made to be future-proof, therefore, it’s not restricted by any legacy frameworks and dependencies that can create limitations.”Codetipi. We recently […]

The Future of Vue.Js in 2018 – Insights from TangibleDesign

“Keep Moving Forward’ – Walt Disney At the time of Gutenberg on WordPress, Authors at TangibleDesign, Piotr Małłek and Piotr Ferenc share their insights with us in the technology world of javascript framework – Vue.js and their experiences as a ThemeForest Author in an evolving space. ______________________________________________________________________________________ At Tangible Design, we work on creating themes […]

Featured Author: Meet eTheme

“Always try to improve your skills. It can be hard to leave your comfort zone – but you won’t have a chance to stay in this business if you are not willing to evolve in your knowledge.” Our latest interview this month features eTheme and their learnings and experiences as a Power Elite Author on […]

Featured Author: Meet meks

“All of the people who are trying to make a difference with everything they do, instead of just living – inspires me.” Our latest interview features Power Elite Author, Bojan Petrovic a.k.a meks and their experiences as they navigate the changing world of WordPress and it’s future opportunities. Meks is currently a team of 8 […]

Building Blocks – A Collection of Gutenberg News, Resources and Conversations | #GetGutenbergReady Series 2018

Since WordCamp and the announcement of Gutenberg last year, there has been a range of Gutenberg related news and resources available. In a recent interview with Matt Mullenweg, it was made clear that there was no confirmed date for Gutenberg and WordPress 5.0 as yet, however “we will have one or two orders of magnitude […]