Update 27 Feb 2012: As of Thesis 1.8.3 the below method for calling Thesis’ functions.php before your child theme functions causes as error. The rest of the info in this post is still valid, so I have crossed that section out. There is another method for this posted by Serge in the DIYthemes forum.Update 3 […]
Thesis 1.8 has lots of great new features, but one of the less publicised ones is the range of filters that has been extended. These filters make it possible to customise even more of Thesis’ output without modifying core files. Previously, squeeze pages or landing pages that varied significantly from the rest of your site’s […]
When I redesigned kristarella.blog I implemented a contents menu that you can see in top right corner of some posts and pages; mainly tutorial posts. This was part of my effort to make the site more navigable. I’ve had a couple of questions about how I did that, so I’m going to answer them today. […]
With the recent launch of WordPress 3.0 there are loads of sweet new features to dig into. Digging into WordPress has a nice summary of many of the new features. My favourite new features include the custom post types and custom taxonomies (which have been available for a while, but the dashboard management capability has […]
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 […]