The Thesis Theme from DIY Themes is hands down the most versatile Word Press theme on the market. However, it can be a bit of a daunting task for newbies to get started. They cover topics ranging from the basics to specific, commonly used blog design elements in Thesis. [post_image] Installing and Optimizing the Thesis Theme for Word Press – The first thing you need to do is install Thesis.
I have a list of the top 25 tutorials for all of you Thesis newbies.
Take Thesis from Standard to Unique in 6 Easy Steps – Need to make your blog unique? You won’t need much coding knowledge to get these done.
How to Make a JQuery Image Slideshow in Thesis – This tutorial will show you how to create a slideshow in Thesis using JQuery. How to Add Breadcrumbs Without a Plugin – Add simple breadcrumbs to Thesis.
Hooks for Dummies – Another great beginner tutorial for Thesis Hooks.
Thesis Hook Reference List – This is a complete list of available hooks for Thesis with descriptions from the DIY Themes website.
Its an extremely useful tool, and this will get you started.
Creating Useful 404 Error Pages in Thesis – You need to have a solid 404 page to direct visitors who find broken links on your site. How to Make a Cool Social Media Box for Thesis – Want to add links to your social media profiles to your the bottom of your posts?
Open Hook lets place content just like you would with hooks, but without having to know any PHP.
For the long-term health of your blog, I don’t recommend using this, but in a pinch it’s a great solution.