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 […]
A normal category page I don’t know if you’ve noticed: on a WordPress category archive page, posts from that category and all its child categories are displayed. I don’t know why. It’s not the behaviour I would have expected, and although it’s not necessarily a bad thing, I can understand that some people wouldn’t want […]
What’s a loop? When using WordPress, “The Loop” refers to the code in your template files that displays posts. Usually there is only one main loop per page, but you can have secondary custom loops to show special content. These can include recent posts and related posts.
Yes, drop-up is a bit of an oxymoron. Technically you pull something up and drop something down, but since we talk about drop-downs so much, and the effect of what I’m about to show you happens with the same amount of “gravity”, and I’m not an language pedant (all of the time)… it’s okay. 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 […]