We have created a portfolio theme that combines some of the tutorials on our website with that addition of a few new features, using code snippets from our theme you could enhance your own themes with, the clickable logo, information pane, widgitized footer sitting outside of the sheet and 2, 3, or 4 multi-column posts pages, or you can just use our theme on your WordPress site and just leave our credit link in the footer.
Many of us have downloaded the Artisteer 2.4 Beta, and one of the items from the ‘wish list’ was the Categories menu, you can choose a vertical and horizontal menu, but not two horizontals, Artisteer have done most of the work for us here, so lets explore the options and add some more functionality.
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There are a number of slideshows you can use with your WordPress blog but these are often required in the main body of the blog page, in this tutorial we will walk you through installing the cu3er Slideshow as used in our wedding theme.
We were asked to extend the logo tutorial to explain how we have three clickable areas in our header, we modified the workflow and removed the image and the conditional code, lets start with what we have in our header.
There are a number of different slideshows out there that require you to post the images into a category that you select, this makes updating the slideshow easy to manage, one problem with this is that you cannot hide the posts, if you make the post private then the gallery stops, lets have a look at how we can suppress the slideshow gallery in our Artisteer theme.
WordPress 2.9+ has support for post and page images, looking at the latest release from Artisteer 2.4 there still is no option to have post images, but it is not such a big problem, let us walk you through it and in less than 30 minutes you will have a post with a nice picture.
In this tutorial we will be using the methods outlined in the Best Practices post, this theme modification tutorial was created after we read a post in the Artisteer forum where the question was asked can Artisteer do this?
If you want to add an adSense block to your header with just a few lines of code then you may find this tutorial is for you, in this tutorial we will insert an adSense block into the header section on all pages except the main page.