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 […]
Presenting the Thesography plugin for WordPress! Thesography allows you to display EXIF data for your photos uploaded with WordPress, and also enables the import of latitude and longitude information from your photos to the database when they’re uploaded. You can display the EXIF information via a shortcode within your post or by a handy function […]
As promised, here is a screencast demonstrating what the full-width framework in Thesis is (best viewed full-screen). This demonstration assumes some basic XHTML and CSS knowledge. If you’re not familiar with those, I recommend tizag.com and W3Schools. Yeah, I’ve had a bit of a cold, so forgive me for sounding a bit stuffy. 😉
Update 18 May 2010: Although the title is “in Thesis 1.5” this tutorial is still relevant. I have made a couple of updates since it was first written to accomodate more recent changes in Thesis, but really this tutorial is for Thesis 1.5 and beyond! I previously published a tutorial on full-width headers in the […]
Update 28th Sept 2009: All of the info in this post (except the basics of using jQuery) will be obsolete with Thesis 1.6. Nav classes will be different and dropdowns will be built in. There has been quite a lot of requests lately for tutorials regarding Thesis nav menus. So, here’s some info for y’all! […]
Firebug is one of the reasons that I changed to Firefox (from Camino, a faster, less memory intensive browser). It is so handy for checking under the hood of websites and anyone who does anything with CSS should know how to use it!