In this session we discuss how to style captions in Thesis 1.8.5 by identifying what the CSS is and changing the border and the background properties. John: Is there an easy way or a relatively easy way to style captions for images so that it doesn’t have the default WordPress border and gray background? Rick:
In this session we discuss page layout with page specific menus and headline images and applying a custom body class to the pages to assign a background image. We talk about how to create a background for the content on the home page and make it a typical content area background. Member: Is it possible
Welcome back to the fourth and final part of this lesson on stylizing a block of text in the WordPress content area. In this final part of the lesson we are going to add some special CSS attributes for a heading and for a link. Add a Heading and a Link to the Text Block First we
Welcome back to Part 3 of this lesson on stylizing blocks of text in the WordPress content area. In this part of the lesson we are going to stylize the other blocks of text with CSS - with some similar and some different styling than we did in Part 2. The styling is completed for the text block
Style a Text Block with CSS Welcome back to Part 2 of this lesson on how to stylize text blocks within the WordPress content area. In this part of the lesson we are going to add CSS styles to the text blocks we created with HTML in the first part of the lesson. To begin, open up the
The next thing for us to do is to create the front page CSS because we have quite a bit of this done but we haven't styled our widget areas. Actually, there is some styling that needs to happen here, our text style needs to change. I've forgotten, this doesn't even have a home page
In this session, we discuss how to style a block of text as a link. The first thing to do is to wrap the block of text in a div tag and assign a class to that div. Next I show how to add styling to that class such background color, border, margins and padding.