Over the past week or so, hundreds and hundreds of you have provided feedback on Cutline by pointing out issues and requesting changes. Thanks to your wonderful input, I’ve been able to craft a newer, stronger, cooler version of the theme, and you can (and should!) download it now. Although there are numerous cosmetic changes […]
Entries from September 28th, 2006
September 25th, 2006 · 122 Comments · How To
Cutline comes pre-loaded with three navigation links in the header: Front Page Archives About That’s all fine and good, but what if you need more links in your navigation menu? In this quick tutorial, you’ll learn just how easy it is to add these links in seamless fashion.
September 25th, 2006 · 92 Comments · How To
Your blog is an expression of you, and one of the most striking, visible features of your blog is the header image. Therefore, it stands to reason that many of you (perhaps all of you?) will be interested in personalizing your header images, and Cutline has been constructed in such a way as to make […]
September 21st, 2006 · 49 Comments · Release Notes
Sure, but does it support widgets? Yes it does! Not only does this new, revamped version of Cutline support widgets, but it also contains a fix or two coupled with FlickrRSS and Google AdSense (or YPN) support.
September 13th, 2006 · 109 Comments · How To, Styling
Pictures are one of the very few universal elements you can use to really seize the attention of your audience, and the more effectively you are able to display them, the better off you’ll be. With that in mind, Cutline comes with a set of pre-defined CSS classes that are dedicated solely towards image handling. […]
September 12th, 2006 · 43 Comments · How To, Styling
Quite possibly the best aspect of the Cutline theme for WordPress is the fact that it comes equipped with a wide array of pre-defined styles that you can use to wow your readers. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to create a post that has unmatched elegance and visual flair, and best of […]
September 7th, 2006 · 176 Comments · How To
You’ve followed the setup instructions perfectly. You’ve done a bang-up job creating your Archives and About pages, but your links in the navigational bar still don’t work. What’s wrong? How do you fix this?
September 7th, 2006 · 70 Comments · How To
The default links in the Cutline header point to pages called Archives and About. In order for those links to work, you’ll have to make sure that those pages actually exist…Well wait a tick – how the heck do we do that? Fear not, because Cutline comes pre-packaged with all the answers!
September 7th, 2006 · 13 Comments · Release Notes
This site is your how-to guide and support forum for the Cutline theme for WordPress, all rolled into one stylish package! By taking advantage of the information offered here, you’ll be able to maximize the potential of this amazing and unique theme. We want you to enjoy Cutline as much as we do, which is […]