In this session we discuss how to map a PSD file from Photoshop to Thesis 2. We demonstrate how to move boxes in the different areas around to accommodate the design. And we discuss how to add a background to the content area. We also talk about the new skin, Carta, that we will be
In this session we set up the Header based on the PSD File design. The header has a logo image, contact information, tagline and no navigation menu. To accomplish this we use our BYOB Thesis Simple Header Widgets Plugin and BYOB Thesis Simple Nav Menu Plugin. Video Transcript So the next thing to do then
In this session we use Thesis Design Options to make basic changes to the site such as site layout, fonts and colors based on the PSD File design. Video Transcript So the next thing we’re going to do then is resume our conversation from last week about how to take a PSD file and you
Now that we have all the background images extracted, we can start mocking up the site. In this session we add the background images to the site using our BYOB Thesis Full Width Backgrounds Plugin. Video Transcript Unedited, okay. Well actually, with that in hand, I think we’ll go ahead and get started mocking the
In this session we extract the graphics from the PSD File and optimize each of the images before we go on to add the background images on the site. Video Transcript And so I’m going to turn off everything here except for my… turn off the main copy, turn off the tagline entirely and then
Learn how to “convert” a Photoshop PSD file to a working WordPress and Thesis site. We show how to extract the design graphics from Photoshop and set up the new site.