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Cutline Support Forums now at Performancing Hive

June 25th, 2010 · 6 Comments · Site Updates

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: The Cutline Support Forums have moved to Peformancing Hive. Please CLICK HERE and update your bookmarks! Your accounts should be still intact, but since we’re still moving things around, some links may no longer work. But as of today, premium support via the Forums can now resume. Other support services continue, as listed […]

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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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New Cutline Forums Online

February 27th, 2009 · 7 Comments · Site Updates

It took quite some time, as we had to wrack our brains to see how we can better organize the new forums. And so the new Cutline support forum is online. This includes two new main areas: the community support forum and the premium support forum. The community support forum will, like before, let Cutline […]

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Would You Consider Paying for Cutline Theme Support?

October 21st, 2008 · 24 Comments · Site Updates

Here’s a concept I mentioned in my previous post. While the popularity of premium themes has been growing of late, most of these require an outright purchase, which then includes some form of support from the theme author. However, some are moving towards free, open source releases (like Brian Gardner’s Revolution), and then offering paid […]

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