hi i tried to add the header into the blog; strangley it doesnt appear ; and i have followed the instructions which are quite simple ?! im thinking maybe the root path it'snt correct ... here is exactly how it appears in my style.css : /* Theme Name:Layers Theme URI: Description: Trial blog theme Author: Latifa Author URI: http://themeshaper.com/ Template: thematic Version: 1.0 Tags: Thematic . Thematic is © Ian Stewart http://themeshaper.com/ . */ /* Reset browser defaults */ @import url('..
This is an outline of major elements on a thematic page. It includes most div elements, theme actions and hooks, and widget areas. head thematic_doctitle(), thematic_create_contenttype(), thematic_show_description(), thematic_show_robots(), thematic_canonical_url(), thematic_create_stylesheet(), thematic_show_rss(), thematic_show_commentsrss(), thematic_show_pingback(), thematic_show_commentreply(), wp_head() body thematic_before()
Don't Panic: This is a copy-paste extravanganza that shows you how to quickly create a WordPress child theme that looks just like the basic Thematic style. A perfect place to start messing around with the look of your theme. No programming skills are required. Like any WordPress theme, you can just dive right into the Thematic code and CSS and hack away. I've done this myself and it's the reason why I created Thematic in the first place, as a starting point.
i find eclipse php the way to go for dev of php (well for any code really). sure its a bit bulkier then just a lil editor, but imo its worth the weight. download it here: http://www.eclipse.org/downloads/packages/eclipse-php-developers/heliossr2 ex on how to dev a plugin w/it: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-eclipse-wordpress/index.html in my workspace i always add a project with the thematic src and also the wordpress source -- this allows eclipse to lookup functions from those respective sources.
In this post you’ll learn all the basics of WordPress Child Themes : WordPress Child Theme file structure, how to make any WordPress Theme a blank framework, how to import Parent Theme CSS styles, how to override Parent Theme styles, and how to override Parent Theme Template files. You’ll also learn that all of this is incredibly easy and within your grasp and that it might just change how you think about WordPress and Theme development. Child Theme File Structure WordPress Child Themes are located in /wp-content/themes/ like any other WordPress Theme. They’re activated from the WordPress admin like any other theme. They’ll always have a style.css file and may often include a functions.php file.
The information in this guide may not be up to date with the current version of Thematic. The most current community documentation for Thematic can be found at docs.thematictheme.com What is the best way to customize Thematic? The only recommended way is to create a Thematic child theme. You should never modify files in the Thematic theme directory.
Christmas is right around the corner, and here at DIYthemes, we’re busy filling our sleigh with Boxes, Skins, and everything else you need to run a killer website. In addition, we’ve been testing Thesis day in and day out, and we determined that we needed one final update to the core before we could begin shipping our highly anticipated Skins and Boxes. Let’s take a quick look at what’s new, and then we’ll explore the forthcoming goodies that would even make Santa jealous. [click to continue…] WordPress 3.5 is scheduled to debut on December 5, 2012, and you’re probably curious to know if your version of Thesis is going to be compatible with it.
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While our directory is full of fantastic themes, sometimes people want to use something that they know has support behind it, and don't mind paying for that. Contrary to popular belief, GPL doesn't say that everything must be zero-cost, just that when you receive the software or theme that it not restrict your freedoms in how you use it. With that in mind, here are a collection of folks who provide GPL themes with extra paid services available around them. Some of them you may pay for access, some of them are membership sites, some may give you the theme for zero-cost and just charge for support. What they all have in common is people behind them who support open source, WordPress, and its GPL license.