We are proud to release our Plasticity Theme as beta, the reason for the ‘beta’ label is that we still have an issue to resolve with Internet Explorer and jQuery slide(), so please feel free to download to a ‘test environment’, do not release to production until you have tested the functions on a local install of WordPress.
This theme has taken over sixty hours to complete as some code samples we used were not fully working, credit on this page to the authors, someone emailed and said that the problem with loading themes with functions is that a lot of functions in the code, and not manageable by the blog admin, this theme will address this issue.
On the Business Portfolio Themes we have used a wide header, this is such an easy thing to do even for a beginner, here is a quick tutorial to show how we done it.
First create you Artisteer theme so the header background and menu is the color you want to use, choose a split background like the one in this screenshot, do not worry about the color below the header.
We have done a couple of small changes to the Business Theme, added an option to upload and enter the url to the logo image, this means that the Blog admin can change the logo by uploading a logo to the Media Library, the other change is an overhaul to the menu, we have made it a bit more stylish.
We have created another feature rich theme for you to download and use, this Business Portfolio Theme is free to use however you want, the idea behind our themes are a starting point for you to look at extending the Artisteer generated themes, we look on Artisteer too give us a good starting point for our themes without the overhead of a framework.
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.
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.