Customization

New Articles for Newbies: Basic Syntax for custom.css and custom_functions.php!

calendar August 14, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on August 14, 2009 · 7 comments

People who are just getting their feet wet with customizations are often daunted by the strange words and punctuation they find in the code for custom.css and custom_functions.php. Even the basic format of the CSS and PHP languages are foreign. Two new articles just published in the Newbies “Getting Started” section, “Basic CSS Syntax for […]

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Basic CSS Syntax for custom.css

calendar August 14, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on August 14, 2009 · 3 comments

People faced with adding a customization into the custom.css file for the first time are often overwhelmed by the task, even if it’s just a cut-and-paste operation. What are all these strange terms? Are there any rules for the punctuation marks? And many find that their first attempt at customizations on their own fail because […]

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Basic PHP Syntax for custom_functions.php

calendar August 14, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on August 14, 2009 · 0 comments

The custom_functions.php file is used less often for customization in Thesis than the custom.css file, but it is viewed with fear all out of proportion to how much it is employed. That’s because PHP errors in the custom_functions.php file can stop your site cold with a cryptic error message, whereas an error in custom.css will […]

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Landing Page

calendar July 3, 2009   |   author Author: Mike Nichols
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by Mike Nichols on July 3, 2009

If you have reached this site from Anxiety, Panic & Health, you may be a little dismayed at what you have found! The Thesis theme for WordPress is the software I use to make these blogs appear as they do. It has nothing to do with Anxiety Disorders, and everything to do with the nuts-and-bolts […]

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