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Enabling Comments on Pages with Cutline

December 7th, 2006 · 31 Comments · How To

Whenever you create a Page while you’re using the Cutline theme, you’ll need to make one important decision that will ultimately affect both the presentation and dynamic qualities of that page.

Default WordPress Pages in Cutline have been constructed so as to allow for comments. In many cases, however, comments may not be appropriate, and by turning them off for a particular page, you can clean up the styling and save yourself some potential spam troubles down the road.

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How to Improve Your Front Page and Gain Page Views in 10 Seconds!

November 15th, 2006 · 84 Comments · How To

Use post teasers to improve your total number of page views!It’s rare that you can accomplish anything noteworthy on the Web in just 10 seconds, but today’s little tip is the real deal. Instead of publishing full posts on the front page of your site, you ought to try implementing post teasers — inticing tidbits that you can use to lure in readers and get ’em focused on your content.

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Totally Random Header Images for Cutline

October 11th, 2006 · 155 Comments · How To

A great way to make the front page of your Web site more dynamic is to use random header images. Instead of seeing the same image on every visit, users will see random images, thus making each experience on your site a little less predictable (and a little more fun!).

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How to Add Navigation Links

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.

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How To Customize Your Header Images

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 […]

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Image Handling with Cutline

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. […]

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How to Post Like a Pro with Cutline

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 […]

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Why Don’t My “Archives” and “About” Links Work?

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?

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Creating Archives and About Pages

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!

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