Rotating Images

New Article! Tutorial: Rotating Image Gallery for Pages and Sidebars

calendar December 22, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on December 22, 2009 · 0 comments

I have been asked many times how to put your own images into a rotating gallery. Until now the only choice you had was the NextGEN plugin, which has limitations, is complicated to set up, and lacks some important features. Help is at hand! Enter the Rotating Image Gallery! The new article, “Tutorial: Rotating Image […]

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Tutorial: Rotating Image Gallery for Pages and Sidebars

calendar December 20, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on December 20, 2009 · 23 comments

Many of my clients have asked for a way to put their own images into a rotating gallery. There is no plugin that is entirely suitable for this purpose that I know of. The closest is the NextGEN gallery plugin, but it has only rigidly defined ways to use it, is complicated to set up, […]

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Two New Articles! Rotating Header Images and Upgrading Thesis

calendar July 17, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on July 17, 2009 · 1 comment

Today we continue to fill out our offering to you, gentle reader, with two great new articles: “Tutorial: Rotating Header Images” is found in the Tricks > Headers section. Rotating headers were a feature of Chris Pearson’s Cutline and Neoclassical themes. And now you can have them in Thesis! This easy-to-follow guide will have you […]

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Tutorial: Rotating Header Images

calendar July 17, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on July 17, 2009 · 26 comments

Chris Pearson wrote several themes before he began working on Thesis. Two of the most popular were Cutline and Neoclassical. A feature these themes shared was rotating header images which changed each time the screen was refreshed, much like the Multimedia Box does now. This article shows you a quick way to implement the Neoclassical- […]

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