The Ultimate Visual Guide to the Thesis Full-Width Framework

There’s an option that has stumped many new Thesis users, as it’s not immediately obvious what it’s for. In fact, even if you change it, you probably won’t see anything visually change on your site at all. This simple option can make a world of difference in your choices for design. It’s found in the panel “Framework Options” under “Thesis Design Options” in the administration of your Wordpress installation. By default, when you install a fresh copy of Thesis, the Page Framework is selected.

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Creating Your First Blog Pages: How to Write Trust Pages

writing a trust page

Now that you’ve created your blog, it’s time to get blogging! Time to start cranking out those blog posts! Right? Hold up, hotshot. We’ll get there, we promise. But first, how about a little trust? Not from you — from your readers. For you. We can hear you already. “And exactly how am I supposed […]

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15 WordPress Plugins to Make Your Life Easier

One of the nice things about Wordpress is that there are a ton of plugins out there that will make your life easier by letting you integrate anything you want into your blog without having to touch any code. Over the years I’ve run and tested tons of plugins across dozens of sites and some plugins have proven indispensable. Here I will share the ones that fit this category.

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How to Setup Feedburner, Mailchimp & Google Analytics on Your Blog

Every professional blog should have RSS tracking for feed subscribers, an email list signup form, and an analytics package. I recommend Feedburner, Mailchimp, and Google Analytics along with a few helpful related plugins.

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Add Slick Social Media Icons to Thesis

So as it currently stands there are some pretty sweet social media plugins and even some killer social media tutorials out there for Thesis, but personally I wanted to roll something custom for

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