Sarah Frantz
Sarah Frantz is a Web Developer, WordPress Evangelist, Mother & Perpetual Geek working in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area.
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    An Introduction to Thesis: CSS & PackagesAn introduction to thesis 2
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    In our last article, we covered how to setup your Thesis Skin's structure. Next we're going to cover how to style that structure using Thesis Packages. Now that we've got our boxes fully configured and ready for styling, we need to click on the CSS button at the top of our Skin Editor. This will direct us to the area where we can create packages and build the stylesheet this skin will use.Read More…
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    An Introduction to Thesis: Skins & Layout StructureAn introduction to thesis 2
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    So far in this series we've covered the building blocks of Thesis and how to manage your site's settings, but now we want to move toward building your website's overall structure and appearance, or "Skin" as it's referred to in the Thesis Framework. To do this, we’re going to be spending most of our time inside the Thesis Skin Editor. To get started, you will need: Thesis 2.0 A code editor of some sort (Notepad, Sublime Text, etc...) Basic HTML, CSS, and PHP knowledge Read More…
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    An Introduction to Thesis: Setting Up Site Information and Useful TipsAn introduction to thesis 2
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    In this series we're exploring the Thesis 2.0 Framework. Not only are we learning how to work with the Thesis user interface, but we're going to be going through the process of setting up a customized Thesis skin.Read More…
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    An Introduction to Thesis: OverviewAn introduction to thesis 2
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    If you develop with WordPress you have probably heard the term "framework" before, and chances are you've developed with one. If you haven't, you're in luck! This tutorial will walk you through the ins and outs of one of the most popular WordPress frameworks: A framework that over 55,000+ people are using - Thesis.Read More…
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    Robust Forms With Gravity FormsGravity forms retna
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    Gravity Forms, a rocketgenius product, is a comprehensive form solution for WordPress. Any developer will tell you that building a form can sometimes be very time intensive, especially if it needs to do more than handle a message.Read More…
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    Using jQuery Masonry for Pinterest-Like PostingPost image
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    With the inclusion of jQuery Masonry in the WordPress 3.5 core library, it's never been easier to change up a template's layout for recent posting.Read More…
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    Coding WordPress With AndroidCodingwordpresswithandroid
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    We've already seen that it's possible to do WordPress coding on the iPad, but what about coding with Android? This article will go over the development of WordPress via a tablet running Google's Android OS.Read More…
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    Using WordPress as an IntranetWpasintranet
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    When we talk about WordPress we usually associate it with either being a blogging platform or just another content management system, but what about as an Intranet? This tutorial will show you how you can turn your basic installation of WordPress into a robust Intranet for your business.Read More…
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    Developing WordPress Themes Using Responsive FrameworksFluid responsive wordpress
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    Responsive design is slowly but surely becoming an expected standard for web developers. This tutorial will show you how to add a responsive framework to your next WordPress theme.Read More…