Here is an hand-picked Collection of Posts on Thesis Theme for WordPress. Have a Nice Time reading!
It’s time to embrace another version of the Thesis Theme and things just get better with each one. Here’s a peek review on What’s New with the Thesis Theme 1.8.
Thesis 1.7 has introduced a slew of New SEO Controls and Features. But do you know How to Use them? This Post will show you, How to Configure and Use everyone of them like a Pro!
Thesis Skins add Beauty to your already-Powerful Thesis Powered WordPress Blog. Though any clean Thesis Skin come bundled with sufficient Installation information, this post will give you the basics to Install any Thesis Skin on your Blog.
Thesis 1.7 Beta was released last week, amidst enormous expectations and enthusiasm. Being one among the crowd, I would say that I am not disappointed – both as a Thesis User and Thesis Developer.
Hiding the published-on date in old WordPress posts is requested in many Thesis Customizations. Sometimes this helps in avoiding the content to appear outdated, for the readers of your site.
In this post, I will show you how to make the Sidebar of your Thesis Theme “Full-Height” and the Navigation Menu “Full-width”. As with the other Thesis Theme tutorials – you will be editing the custom.css and custom_functions.php files
I keep hearing from Thesis lovers – Can I get the Looks Good Naked Skin for Thesis 1.6? So to make them all happy – here we go! Looks Good (Better) Naked theme has been greatly simplified and now fits into your Thesis Theme 1.6
In this tutorial, we will see how to add the Search Box on the Navigation Bar of the Thesis Theme for WordPress. This is tested with Thesis Theme version 1.6. Will not work with the older versions.
Thesis Theme makes life a lot simpler, if you are trying to customize your blog. In this post, I will show you how to display your latest tweets at the top of your content column. You can either choose to display this only on the Home page or on all pages
I will show you how to get the Feedburner and Twitter subscriber stats programmatically (using PHP) in your Thesis powered blog and display them at your convenience. This can also be used on a WordPress blog running any theme, with ease.