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Responsive Design with WordPress: How to make great responsive themes and plugins by Joe Casabona

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Chapter 5. Making Your Theme Responsive: Blog Features

Now that we’ve looked at some of the core features of WordPress (and really, a lot of websites), we have a few solid methods for handling layouts and the most bandwidth-heavy content. Chapter 4 was called “Making Your Theme Responsive: Core Features” because what we covered is built into the fabric of every website in one way or another. We just put the WordPress spin on it. But there are a few features that are uniquely WordPress.

WordPress started as a blogging platform long ago, and, for many, it is still just that. Even if you are using it for more (and recent statistics say that’s most of you), the blog portion of WordPress is still very much alive and well. Even if a site isn’t a blog, ...

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