This week had been pretty busy. Thanksgiving, black friday, discounts, sale, deals… Sellers had been busy offering the holiday discounts and buyers had been busy checking out the deals. In the midst of season’s cheers, we at creatika are coming up with the second edition of “Weekly Roundup”. The week started with Calypso making the […]
All of you would have used or have experimented with breadcrumbs on your website at one point of time or another. I did too and I was curious as to see which breadcrumb plugin is the best. Most of the times a breadcrumb is much of an after-thought in the process of website design. Nonetheless, […]
I’ve worked with several most used WordPress Theme Frameworks out there. In the previous article we saw what a theme framework is: A “drop-in” code library that is used to facilitate development of a Theme A stand-alone base/starter Theme that is intended either to be forked into another Theme A Parent Theme template Codex Let […]
We’ve all used WordPress themes… and we’ve all heard of or used at least one theme framework. Time and again I’ve often been asked which theme to use and why should I use a framework at all. It actually depends on your usage scenario. If you are the site-owner you couldn’t care less as long as a theme serves the purpose. However if you truly want a unique, custom tailored design or are into the business of design and delivering fully custom website design then a theme framework is the way to go.
The key to getting the SILO content architecture help you rank lies in your keyword research, the search terms that are targeted to your content and how well you organize your content based on the above factors. The implementation part of this exercise is technical for which you will need to code or have an expert do it. Different people approach Content Architecture and SILOing in different ways. And eventually some experts may disagree with the SILOing concept at certain points, it is nonetheless important to deploy this technique.