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Part 15 – Breakdown the Layout of the Page

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Just to refresh your memory, this is the static HTML site that we are converting into WordPress and Thesis. It benefits us to have a good understanding of the layout that we are attempting to create and the tools that we're going to use to facilitate that layout. We're going to start off by taking

Page Layout with Page Specific Menus and Headline Images

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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

Lesson 8 – Part 1 – Understanding the Parts of a Thesis Page

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Good evening everybody and welcome to the Thursday evening edition of our live class, How to Build a Professional Website Using WordPress and Thesis Theme. This is our second session but, perhaps confusingly enough, we are actually in Lesson 8 in a 14 Lesson Series. Lessons 1 through 6, we did not teach live; they are

How to Make a Full Width Header and Footer in Thesis

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In this session a member asks how to make a full width header and a widgetized footer. We discuss how to achieve that using Site Layout options in Thesis Design Options and some CSS code. We also show where to find some of our video tutorials about these subjects. Soon our Footer Widgets Plugin will

Understanding the Float Property

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In this video we discuss the CSS float property.  We discuss what the float property is and how it affects the normal flow of HTML elements.  We look at what happens to an HTML element that is defined as float:left;  We consider various combinations of floats, element sizes and margins for arranging HTML elements on