So far we’ve styled the post title and the thumbnail image in the Thesis 2 Post Box. The next thing we're going to do is move our Read More over to here and that's going to happen inside of our Skin Editor. Open up our Post Footer and we're going to shift+drag our Read More
Now that you’ve got an understanding of what HTML is and the tools we’ll be using to help you learn HTML, the next thing we're going to talk about are the actual HTML tags and the structure of an HTML document. Now, there's a bunch of this HTML information that we're going to talk about
Next in this Introduction to HTML in WordPress and Thesis 2 we're going to look at using structural CSS to style structural HTML elements. We’ll begin with an example on this page. We're going to make these testimonial boxes you see here and essentially with an image and a text and we're going to wrap
Now that you know which tools we’ll be using to work with HTML in WordPress and Thesis, let’s move on to HTML Tags and document structure. HTML tags have essentially two different types as we are classifying them. Now, there are lots of different ways to classify HTML tags. This is one of those methods
Learn how to stylize blocks of text that are in the WordPress content area. The content area known as the_content in WordPress code is the main content of each post and page. The text you enter using the text editor is within the content area. You can use css to highlight blocks of text with different background colors, borders and font styles. We are going to look at 4 examples of this in these videos.
The next thing we're going to do is talk about the HTML structures for Responsive Design. Now, what's an HTML structure? HTML is structured by using divs. A div is essentially a container that you can assign various CSS properties to and it is used for organizing a web page, it's used to give elements