Was sweet… and by sweet I mean “totally cool”! Day 1 The first day got off to a decaffeinated start; I thought for sure, a conference for such geeky types would have to have good coffee, alas Nescafé prevailed! On the bright side, the fruit buns were really good. I’m glad I rocked up with […]
w00t! WordCamp Australia starts tomorrow. I’m not really sure what to expect, but I’m sure it’ll be great! If I get the chance I will probably be on Twitter. Otherwise I’ll blog about it when I can. Among others, Matt Mullenweg, Jane Wells, Sam Bauers and Aussies Jeff Waugh and Neerav Bhatt are speaking. You […]
As a follow-on from Thesis full-width headers 101 this is a bit about styling your footer in the Thesis theme. Footers are a bit easier than headers because we don’t have the two separate elements (title and nav) to deal with. Yay!
Some of the information in this tutorial is deprecated as of Thesis 1.5. See the updated instructions Full-width headers in v1.5. I recently ported my blog to Thesis by DIYthemes. Thesis has excellent SEO, and with it you can choose the number of sidebars that you want and their position, you can adjust the widths […]
LaTeX is a document markup system, which helps you to focus on what you’re writing and reduces some of the hassle of tedious tasks like adding references and numbering sections, figures and tables. It also natively handles footnotes, table of contents, lists of figures, lists of tables, headers, footers, margin notes and probably a hundred […]
I don’t know about you guys, but I use the search box on my site reasonably regularly. Usually to find posts I remember writing and want to point people to. I tried to look up “copyblogger” the other day to find Personalising the Copyblogger theme, but had to go through a couple of pages of […]