Christmas geeks, unite!
Welcome to Christmas Webmaster, the personal blog of a full time Christmas-a-holic geek gurl. I really love celebrating Christmas in the digital age, it’s so much fun to decorate the internet.
If you have your own Christmas website or blog or are going to build one, or even if you are just wanting to Christmassy up an existing site, you’re at the right place! Christmas Webmaster, established in 2006 by a total Christmas and web design junkie, is the only resource of it’s kind on the internet, dedicated to one subject only: Christmas for webmasters.
Look around and you’ll find all kinds of holiday freebies for seasonal and Christmas websites – including cool stuff like our Halloween Countdown WordPress Plugin, or ChristmasPress, our free Christmas WordPress theme, now available in the WordPress Theme Directory!
Check out our collection of free Christmas website backgrounds, blank Christmas banners, Christmas countdown scripts, useful HTML codes, scripts, snippets and other web development tips and tricks… All kinds of digital Christmas goodies just for you!
Latest news, articles, tips and tricks…
I get a lot of emails from professional Santa’s across the country asking me for tips on what to include on their Santa Claus business sites. So, I thought I would put together a Santa site check list to get you started.Read More 0
Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house… Not a creature was stirring, except Papa’s mouse….Read More 0
Discovering a website that is themed around Christmas and isn’t trying to sell you everything under the Christmas tree can be particularly difficult, but there are websites dedicated to the celebration of Christmas without trying to loosen your purse strings!Read More 0
A rollover is an image that changes when a cursor is rolled over it. Today I’m going to show you how to make link out of a rollover using CSS and HTML.Read More 0
I was surfing around yesterday and came across a review of ChristmasPress. I have to admit that it made my whole day to see the theme featured on another site.Read More 8
I’ve been trying to decide if I should include my custom post types and shortcodes, in the theme files or create a separate functionality plugin for them.Read More 0