Page layout or layout is the term that used to describe how each page of your website will appear to the users. In word processing and desktop publishing, layout refers to the arrangement of text and graphics. The layout of a document can determine which points are emphasized, and whether the document is aesthetically pleasing. … more →

Widget ready means a theme has widgetized areas which allow you to dynamically manipulate these areas in an easy to use drag-and-drop fashion. Most of the time widgets are used in the sidebars of themes, which is why you may frequently see the term “widgetized sidebar” in conjunction with widget-ready. Since WordPress 2.2, widgets are … more →

When WordPress was created, it was used primarily as a blogging platform. However, progress has been made in leaps and bounds to improve and increase the functionality of WordPress from blogging platform to a full-blown CMS capable of handling complicated web builds, including eCommerce solutions. Plugins and widgets play a large part in the flexibility … more →

Some blogging applications, like WordPress, use widgets to enable bloggers without HTML or CSS knowledge to modify the design and content of their blogs using a simple point-and-click or drag-and-drop system through widgets. Widgets are most frequently used to customize blog sidebars. Each widget represents an area of content, which bloggers can populate with ads, … more →

A breadcrumb or breadcrumb trail is a graphical control element frequently used as a navigational aid in user interfaces and on web pages. It allows users to keep track and maintain awareness of their locations within programs, documents, or websites. The term originates from the trail of bread crumbs left by Hansel and Gretel in … more →