The sixth reason I love Thesis 2.3 for WordPress is that it now seamlessly integrates with WooCommerce. Every store page works perfectly out of the box. It doesn’t load extra code where it isn’t needed. It just plain old ordinary works. You don’t have to worry about it. We’ll talk about that again in a
The fifth reason that Thesis 2.3 for WordPress will knock your socks off is that you can do all your work in your browser. Chris was talking about that just a moment ago but those of you who are G suite people, Google docs people, people who have become accustomed to document editing and excel
We just talked about how Thesis 2.3 for WordPress is infinitely customizable. That brings us to benefit number 4 which is that Thesis allows very complex customization via drag and drop. We’re not going to talk about that a lot today because the drag and drop feature is in the Skin Editor which we’ll be
Now that we’ve talked about the SEO benefits of Thesis 2.3 it’s time to talk about the third reason Thesis 2.3 for WordPress will knock your socks off. And that is that Thesis 2.3 is infinitely customizable. There are a couple of ways in which we can think about customization because there are different skill
Well good morning everybody and welcome to our final Thesis 2.1 seminar for the week. This is Thesis 2.1 for the Web Design Professional. So who is this seminar for? This seminar is specifically intended for people who design websites for a living and who tend to do that with Thesis 2.1. You probably have
This seminar focuses on the tools Thesis 2.1 provides for web design professionals. It demonstrates how to extend Thesis while still retaining the responsiveness built into a given Thesis skin. We also look at the new Thesis Developer Tools box and use it to copy and create new skins. These videos are available to free members.
Now that we’ve covered the 4 main concepts you need to know to effectively use the Skin Editor, we're going to take a look at the new Thesis 2.1 skin interface. This is the site that we developed on Monday, The Barking Chihuahua Cafe. We made all of these style changes and formatting of this
Now that you know how useful some knowledge of code and code concepts are let’s talk about the 4 main concepts you need to learn in order to effectively use the Thesis 2.1 Skin Editor. The first concept is, what is a skin? A skin is a collection of templates and a set of styles.
Good morning everybody and welcome to this second introductory seminar for Thesis 2.1. This seminar is entitled "Thesis 2.1 For the DIY Website Builder". So who is this seminar for? This seminar is for somebody who is building their own website and is willing to learn some code and some code concepts. Monday's seminar was
In this seminar we introduce the new Thesis 2.1 skin editor. We take the site that was developed during the launch party and shown how to move and style the menu, add a widgetized feature box and how to create structures in Thesis Classic Responsive that maintain its responsiveness. We spend a bunch of time using the new custom CSS editor. These videos are available to free members.
Then there's one last thing in this customizing Thesis 2.1 for beginners tutorial that I want to show you in terms of the content options and that is how to remove some things like Date and Author from the page. These are all fine and dandy on a post but I don't really want that
The next thing we're going to do to customize the Thesis Classic Responsive skin is style our widget areas in Thesis 2.1 Design Options. We've got these widget areas here but they aren't styled perfectly and so, we're going to do that inside of the Design Options. Primarily what that means is styling our sidebar
The next thing we're going to do to customize the Thesis Classic Responsive skin is add our own copyright using the Thesis 2.1 attribution. That's what's going on down here, right? Let's just save this. Let’s come back over to the skin content, the attribution is down here. Iif we click on Attribution, you can
Now that we’ve got our basic customization for the Thesis Classic Skin done, the next thing we're going to do is use this text box. This Thesis 2.1 text box is incredibly powerful and we're going to use it to embed site wide video, will do some text, some images and we're even going to
So we’ve set our site colors in Thesis 2.1 and now what we're going to do is set our heading styles using the Thesis 2.1 design options. Now, this set up the color scheme but it's inside of this dialog below, Layout, Fonts, Sizes, and Colors, where we're going to set those kinds of things
Now that we’ve got the header image figured out for the Thesis Classic Responsive skin, we’ll move on to more customization, specifically we’ll be looking at colors in Thesis 2.1. We’re going to set site colors using the Thesis 2.1 color scheme generator. This is one of the coolest, hoopiest parts of Thesis 2.1. And
Now that we’ve talked about all the reasons that Thesis 2.1 is a spectacular development platform, we’re going to move on to the Thesis 2.1 interface. This is a site that I'm working on, thesis2demo.com, and this is what the default installation of Thesis 2.1 looks like right out of the box. Notice that I'm
Good morning everybody and welcome to our first Thesis 2.1 Launch Party session. Thesis 2.1 has been working in beta for 4 months and it was released publicly in beta here last week. I expect to see it released in its final version here in the next few days. I have a request. If you
This seminar focuses on the basics and is a great place to start for beginning Thesis users since no coding is required for any of the customization shown. It's also a good foundation for the DIYer who wants to work on more extensive customization. We cover the new Thesis 2.1 interface and then dive into customizing the Thesis Classic Responsive Skin. We show how to add a header image, set site colors, change styles with the new Design Options, as well as how to add and style widgets. These videos are available to free members.
This is the first in a series of videos on using Thesis 2.1. It is aimed at the beginner who wants to learn how to use Thesis 2.1 without having to learn or know any code. The second series is aimed at the DIY Web Builder who wants to take Thesis 2.1 to the next