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Use sans serif fonts everywhere on Cutline

June 9th, 2011 · No Comments · How To

We’ll be publishing some of the more popular questions that have been posted/sent in to our Cutline support desk. If you have any concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us. The Cutline Theme is designed with serif fonts (Georgia, Times New Roman) as body text, and sans serif fonts (Helvetica, Arial) as header text. Not everyone [...]

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Cutline Forums Tips & Tricks: unique header images, fix tags list, dropdown menus

June 25th, 2009 · 24 Comments · How To

A lot of you are still asking questions via the comment form, which is not too easy to keep track of compared to the Support Forums. And it just so happens that the questions you’ve been asking have been answered over there! Let’s go over them, shall we? Unique header images for each page, category, [...]

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Cutline Forums Tips & Tricks: column widths, AdSense, custom link lists and categories

May 6th, 2009 · 6 Comments · How To

We’ve had a good amount of questions answered at our new Cutline Support Forums (join now!) so if you have a burning question about using the Cutline theme you might want to check out these helpful mods and fixes: Adjusting columns/header widths Random rotating banner with AdSense occasionally Customizing link lists and link categories on [...]

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Why Don’t Header Links Work and How Can I Edit Post Slug?

November 24th, 2008 · 10 Comments · How To

One of the more popular support inquiries we’ve been receiving recently is why header navigation links don’t work, and how to enable or change post and page slugs. This has been discussed here before, but for the benefit of users who have not had the chance to review the previous discussion, we hope to shed [...]

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Enabling the “About” and “Archives” Pages on Cutline

June 23rd, 2008 · 27 Comments · How To

Hi folks. The last update on the Cutline blog was ages ago, and I feel it’s time to keep things fresh, at least to the extent that we can. Recently, we have been receiving a handful of support inquiries on how to enable the “about” and “archives” pages that come linked on the Cutline header [...]

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New to WordPress? Check the WordPress Forums First

February 28th, 2008 · No Comments · How To

Everyday I am getting hundreds of questions that need only one answer: check the WordPress support forums. These questions are all unrelated to the Cutline theme, and as such, I really don’t have time to answer them all. If you are unsure if you should me asking me or asking the forum, ask yourself if [...]

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Biggest Cutline Question: Category Pages and Full Posts

January 29th, 2008 · 10 Comments · How To

So, one of the biggest questions I am seeing is “how do I get category pages to show full posts?” The reason we have set it up so that category archives show excerpts rather than full posts is for search engine optimization benefits. Basically, we have worked it into the theme that you have less [...]

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Different Backgrounds For Single Categories In Cutline

September 15th, 2007 · 11 Comments · How To

As requested

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Cutline Problems, Q&A Part 1

August 29th, 2007 · 39 Comments · How To

As promised some aids, if you’re experiencing problems with your Cutline installation, both 2 or 3 column version. Most problems returning in the comments have already been addressed by Chris in older entries, but let’s recap the most common questions in the comments. My Archives Don’t Work This problem has been addressed by Chris in [...]

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Use this Simple Plug and Play Sitemap for Cutline!

December 7th, 2006 · 89 Comments · How To

Download the sitemap add-on for CutlineOver on my home site, I’ve been covering simple SEO tips that just about anyone can incorporate into their Web site.

Recently, I addressed both XML and XHTML sitemaps. In the case of the XHTML sitemap, I even released a special WordPress theme Page that can be incorporated into any existing site without additional modification.

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