Peng Zhang on September 26th, 2011


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WordPress themes from do not support WordPress 3.0 Menu feature, at this writing on January 23, 2011, and, for that matter, probably do not support WP3.0 new features in general. I had to tweak the theme to coax it to work with WP3.0′s menu. Here are the changes I did to the QwertyPress theme: [...]

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Peng Zhang on October 2nd, 2010

I have recently set up a wiki library on Sharepoint in order to collaborate on content for an internal corporate communication project. I am the designer, developer and programmer of this multimedia piece and I need to get content from various authors for different sections of the project. In the past, we have used notes, [...]

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Peng Zhang on July 4th, 2009

Easier For End Users and Designers/Developers PulseCMS, php-based, installed on server, no database used, based on files; developers define editable blocks in admin area, get embed code for each block and insert them into html-turned php pages; Can be used to quickly turn a static html/css site into a dynamic site editable by the owner; [...]

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Peng Zhang on April 15th, 2009

I find Firebug indispensible in customizing themes for a project. Today I successfully customized the look and feel of new site for a book launch. Feeling good.

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Peng Zhang on November 13th, 2008

Wow. Some of these 15 themes are really good. I am sure I can find use for some of them. Here is the link.

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