I’ve been asked this several times, so I figured it’s high time to write a tutorial on it: how to position your Thesis navigation next to your site title. Essentially this tutorial is about the CSS position property more than anything else.
WPMU media locations WPMU implements a URL rewrite for uploaded media so that the location of an uploaded file is given as http://www.example.com/files/2009/01/image.jpg, but the actual URL of the file is http://www.example.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/BLOG_ID/files/2009/01/image.jpg (where BLOG_ID is the ID of the blog in question). TimThumb problem The easiest way to specify the URL for a post image […]
kristarella.blog is getting a new look! I imagine some of you will be sad to see the old one go, judging from the compliments it’s received in the past year and a half (which I genuinely appreciate), but there are good reasons!
EPS files have their uses, for sure, but they seem to be a standard output of Adobe Illustrator, which is a bit sad, because Inkscape (the open source vector editor I use) can’t open them (without some hassle with ghostscripts or something). Recently I needed to change the colour of an EPS image and I […]
Incase you missed it on Twitter and haven’t looked at my nav menu recently, last week I released a couple of free Thesis skins. Skins are basically a set of custom files to style and (sometimes) add more function to your already installed Thesis blog. The ones I’ve made have quite an attention to detail […]
I’ve done several posts about Thesis headers before: Thesis full-width headers, Full-width headers in Thesis 1.5 and CSS Custom Headers. All of those lead you in the same general direction: a single custom header for your blog. I recently got asked for step-by-step instructions on how to specify different headers on specific pages. So, I’m […]