So now that we’ve discussed how to use the HTML Editor in Thesis 2.1 and how boxes work, the next thing that we’re going to talk about are specific Thesis core boxes and what they do. We’ll begin by looking at core containers. By core, I mean boxes that come automatically with Thesis 2.1. That’s
Since we removed the author’s name, let’s make this Feature Box widgetized instead. We can create a feature box widget area by coming down here to Widgets and calling it Feature Box Widget Area, say OK. Save in the template. We don’t want it in the page template so we’re going to have to go
So, now that you understand the types of Templates in Thesis 2.1 this leads us on to looking at the relationship of the box to the actual page graphically. We’re going to compare an actual page to the boxes in the template that page is using. And as I said before, boxes are used to
Now that we’ve finished adding and removing Post/Page Options in Thesis 2.1, we're going to do something very interesting which is to create a feature box on the front page that is going to be widgetized. It'll have a slideshow or a slider in it and it's also going to have a call to action.
We’ve talked about what types of templates are and how they operate so now we're on to the fun part, the relationship of boxes to actual pages in Thesis 2.1. I'm going to be jumping back and forth between slides and the website and an HTML view so you can get an idea of this
So the next thing we’re going to talk about is boxes because Thesis 2 introduces two new concepts. And they are skin boxes and skin packages. And boxes and packages are unique to Thesis 2. That is, they don’t exist in any other environment and they are installed and used in their own unique ways.
In lesson 10 of our Build a Responsive Professional Website using Thesis Theme 2, you learn all about plugins, widgets, boxes and packages, both what they are and how they work. But before we dive into that we go through using Post Images in Thesis 2 and our Agility Skin. There are many ways to
DIYThemes has recently released a group of boxes that enable you to add social media links and email sign up boxes to your Thesis 2 site. In this seminar we download and install each of the boxes and look at the configuration for each.
In this session we demonstrate how to install a Thesis 2 box and add the box that puts a copyright notice in the footer or where ever you’d like on the page. We demonstrate how to fill out the fields and place the box where we want it displayed. Member: Let’s see, what were my
The reason why people talk about this in terms of code is because those of us who use code all the time automatically resort to code-like language, when we talk about the link between an HTML box and a CSS package. But it’s absolutely critical that the link part of this get made and get
In this session we discuss why a box can’t have different characteristics on different templates and how every box created is available to all templates even if it’s not appropriate or applicable to it. We also note that anytime you make a change to a box, wherever it is that you make the change, it
In this session we discuss how to center an HTML box and show an example of this using the Container. You can center any HTML element by giving it a specific width and setting margins left and right to auto and it will center itself in the given space. Well, so Ashley said, “For some
In this session we discuss the difference between Thesis 2.0 boxes and Skin HTML boxes. A Thesis box is like a plugin that often creates an HTML box. A skin HTML box is either a container or content that can be added, positioned, removed and styled in a template. Jared asks, “What’s the difference between
In this session we show how to add a slider and text to the Front Page using a feature box. We begin by showing how to add the Feature Box and add columns and widgets to it. We add some text to the Feature Box and for a rotating slideshow we add the Meteor Slides