The last time we met for this convert an HTML website to Thesis 2.2 we set up the page templates and got the menu styled. Now what we want to do is style this content section. It will look reasonably close to this. Some of these styles we can take from the Thesis Classic Styles.
The last thing we have to work on for this converting an HTML website to Thesis 2.2 is to work on the Clinic Locations. We have a lot of work to do there. These are all three boxes plus we’ve got our telephone and this area here. The telephone box is going to happen automatically.
Now that we have set up the widget styles for this new WordPress site the next thing we're going to do is set up the footer styles. We’ll start with this footer widget. I thought this would give me a choice to choose a different image. It doesn't so we will delete that image and
Now that we have our Feature Area content styles created we need to move on to styling our widgets. We have a widget title, a widget subtitle and some widgets text. Let’s look at the HTML site. This is the widget title, this is the widget subtitle and this is the widget text. So those
Rick: Next week we're going to finish the styling. Then we're going to clone the site and copy it over to their live server so that this web site goes live. Now I want to answer questions from this session. Elaine has a question. I’m going to unmute your microphone. Good afternoon Elaine. Elaine: Good
The next thing we are going to do is to set up our styles on the new site. We're going to start off with our menu style and the way we're going to style this is with this new box I just created. It is the Thesis Style Manager Box and will be available to
Now that we have configured the skin on the site the next thing to do is to set up the front page template. In order for us to do that we need to install a box and that is the BYOB Responsive Columns Box. We've installed that so now we’ll activate it. Save the boxes.
Now that we've decided that the Thesis Classic Skin is the best match for the hypnotherapy site it’s time to set it up. Let’s go to the dashboard and come over here to Thesis. We’ll begin our configuration in Thesis Skin Content. We're not displaying either the site title or tagline. Although, because we're using
Now that we have the Front Page and Typical Page layout in mind, it’s time for us to choose the right Skin. It's in my opinion that there's never really a right answer or wrong answer especially in something as custom as this. Having said that it does makes sense to me to always start
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
Rick: Now I’m going to take questions. I'm going to start with Elaine. Elaine, you asked how are you putting widget in the sidebar? I'm just going to unmute your microphone here and make sure I understand your question. Good morning Elaine. Elaine: Good morning. I think I couldn't see for a while what was
We only have three widgets on the site at the moment. We have this bio widget, the listen to the audio widget and the look at the video widget. Those are going to be fairly straightforward to create. We're going to build all of those using a plug-in called Black Studio TinyMCE widget, which most
Rick: Good morning Elaine. Elaine: Good morning. Rick: I’m not sure I fully understand your question so why don’t you just ask it? Elaine: Okay, so if I want to get around paying for my add-on domain, can I just transfer all that material… Rick: You don't have to pay for an add-on domain if
After the WordPress install on the new host, let's see what it did with pages in that process. It created a front page and it's got a sample page. It did not create a blog post page. Let’s look under settings, in general. The times zone setting is really going to be UTC+8… you know
And now we'll come over here to Themes, and we’ll install Thesis and upload Thesis. I've got that in my downloads. I'm looking for a zip file. dot z, i, p. There it is. There's the most recent version, install it. Activate it. Okay, we now have WordPress.
Now that we’ve installed WordPress on the subdomain, let's look at WordPress tools. Click new install. It's not going to be hypnotherapy.com let’s change that to be hypnoresolve.com. We're not going to put in a subfolder. We are going to add a site title. We'll just let Hypno Resolve be the title. I'm going to
Now that we have setup the subdomain at the new host, let’s install WordPress on that subdomain. Here at the bluehost site let’s use this tool here to install WordPress. It does look a little bit different here. Begin by selecting the domain and we want dev.hypnoresolve. We probably don't have to add anything in
It’s time to move on to the next step in converting this HTML website to WordPress and Thesis 2.2 and that is to set up a development subdomain. We can do that by coming back to hosting, domains and then coming down to hypnoresolve and putting a check there. Then down here it says subdomains,
We also need to set up email here at BlueHost because Annie gets her email at hypnoresolve.com and once we change name servers, the email at the old hosting account is no longer going to work. What we want to do is set up an email account that has the exact same settings as the