Once you have upgraded to Thesis 2.1 and above, your site would automatically be mobile responsive. That means your site would display optimally on all devices including mobile devices and tablets. In that case, what’s stopping you to upgrade? However, many long time users of Thesis wordpress theme (myself included) were first reluctant to upgrade [...]
Thesis Wordpress Theme 2.3 & 2.4
Once I find a great theme, I will stick to it for life. Thesis Wordpress theme version 2.3 and above have been fabulous and help a non coder like me to develop simple, functional and optimized sites.
Here, you would find tutorials that helps you improve your site based on what Thesis already have and possibly with the help of a plugin or two without using any custom CSS.
If you know coding, the sky would be the limit with this theme.
Thesis openhook was once a very popular plugin to be used alongside with Thesis wordpress theme below version 2.1. Once you upgraded your Thesis to version 2.1 and above, you would find that the function of the Thesis openhook is not supported. Meaning if you have implemented some html scripts at the hooks, it does [...]
As mentioned in my earlier post, I bought my Thesis wordpress theme under “Developer” package in 2011. That was because I had been so fed-up using all the free themes out there which given a lot of restriction such as little/ no customization allowed, dropping of site performance in Google search due to the hidden [...]
I bought my Thesis wordpress theme way back in 2011 (version 1.8). It was one of the best decisions that I have ever made for my blogs. It enables a non coder or someone with no background knowledge to be able to be able to customise and design my site. Below are the price of [...]
I bought Thesis theme by DIYthemes in 2011 when I had first decided to switch from free to paid theme. Thesis wordpress theme was developed by Chris Pearson. Reason why I bought the theme then was: It was one of the most popular and most promoted theme in the blogsphere The reviews of the theme [...]