Posts filed under wordpress hacks

How I fixed the “cannot redeclare _checkactive_widgets()” error in WordPress child themes

Update 3/31/2014 So it’s now almost 4 years after I wrote this post and there’s still no new information regarding this issue. I assumed originally that this was some WordPress core function, but WordPress core coding philosophy would prohibit adding code to an individual theme’s files. Now, I haven’t gone through the code that gets… (read more)

How to upgrade your Museum Theme to the most current version after you’ve made changes to the files

Our themes are released under the GPL.  That means that you are free to take them, change them, and even redistribute them under the terms of the GNU Public Licence.  We’ve seen what a couple of you have done with our themes and we couldn’t be happier to see you taking our code and bending… (read more)

How to add customizable header images and customizable backgrounds to your WordPress theme

One of the coolest new features of WordPress 3.0 is the ability to customize the site header image and background color or image. The custom header actually goes one step further and lets you set a unique header for each of your pages. This means that you can create unique headers that tie into the… (read more)

What’s coming from Museum Themes

First of all, I’d like to thank everyone reading this blog for a successful first week.  We’ll be posting more promo codes on Twitter and Facebook, and we can’t wait to see our affiliate badges start popping up around the ‘Net.  Keep an eye out in those places and maybe bookmark #MuseumThemes to keep up-to-date… (read more)