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Cutline versions 2.2 and 1.4 3-Column Released

January 12th, 2009 · 55 Comments · Release Notes

We are pleased to inform everyone that the following versions of Cutline have been released: Cutline 2.2 (black and white) Cutline 1.4 Three-Column Right Cutline 1.4 Three-Column Split As I’ve written previously, the upgrade is for compatibility with the new features of WordPress 2.7. A summary of fixes in these editions: Gravatar support (which replaces […]

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Cutline Version 1.4 Released

January 10th, 2009 · 21 Comments · Release Notes

As we earlier noted, the present versions of Cutline will not work perfectly with the recently released WordPress 2.7. Well, Cutline will not exactly break your site; the theme will still work with WP 2.7, although some of the new features, like threaded comments, post classes, and the like will not be present. And so […]

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Yes, We Will Upgrade.

December 11th, 2008 · 23 Comments · Release Notes, Site Updates

WordPress 2.7 has been released, and the big question by some Cutline users (we’ve received a few emails) is whether we will be updating Cutline to support the requirements of the new version. This is in the works. At the very least, we will be updating the existing releases (if you wish to retain the […]

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Cutline Premium Support Pricing

December 4th, 2008 · 11 Comments · Release Notes

After much research, thought and deliberation, we’ve come to what we think are reasonable rates for premium support for the Cutline theme. Recall that I’ve mentioned this idea before, and it seems some folks would be willing to spend a few bucks to get quick support or fixes. And we’ve also thought about those who […]

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The Licensing Implications of Premium Themes

October 1st, 2008 · 8 Comments · Release Notes

If you’re familiar with the Linux operating system, and its derivatives, you would most certainly be aware that Linux in itself is free. It’s both free in the sense that you’re free to build on the core operating system, and that much of the source code is open for anyone to see and modify. Freedom […]

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Cutline 1.3 Released

April 25th, 2008 · 42 Comments · Release Notes

Update – Download links fixed. Spaces, underscores, dashes, oh my. Let me know what you think of the latest edition. Cutline is still being developed, there are always changes to make, and this time, more than any other release I think I have changed the theme so average users can get into it easier. Remember […]

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Cutline 2.1 Released

February 29th, 2008 · 34 Comments · Release Notes

It might seem strange that a month after releasing 1.2, I am turning around and releasing 2.1, but Cutline has two very different versions. The first Cutline, which will follow the 1.x naming convention is considered the more popular one currently, but read up on version 2.x and you will see it has many advantages. […]

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Cutline 1.2 Released

January 31st, 2008 · 29 Comments · Release Notes

So, I have finally finished up organizing Cutline 1.2. I have added an edit link for posts, so if you are logged in, and looking at your blog, you can easily and quickly edit posts. Cutline 1.2 supports WordPress 2.3 and above’s tags, so categories are up in the date area, and tags are in […]

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How To Add A Background To Cutline

October 28th, 2007 · 22 Comments · Release Notes

Although Cutline shines through its usage of Whitespace, many times one wants to add a background to a theme. Adding a background to Cutline is one of the easier things to do when it comes to modding, all you have to do is wrap the complete content container in a new div. You need to […]

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Cutline v2.0

October 15th, 2007 · 63 Comments · Release Notes

It has taken some time, but as announced, a new Cutline Mod. And this is not just a mod, but a totally differently looking Cutline, showcasing the power of CSS… and some more. As I wrote when I announced the new release, this Cutline remake is dedicated to some of the best designers online. Obviously […]

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