I’ve put my current page design for download (my first theme btw).
It’s called “iRoybots SlatyStain” and can be found at the Demonstration Page.
I highly recommend to install the “Revised-Image-Headlines” Plugin before activating the theme which adds a PNG image (based on a ttf-font of your choice) to a posts’ title.
The whole Stylesheet is placed in Stylesheet.php in order to use php-compression. (server-side caching via gzip)
Several alternate Sidebar Images are included in the Zip (headlines) as well as a blank header.jpg
hmm, whatelse? A mimetype-switch decides to send XHTML 1.1 (application/xhtml+xml) or HTML 4.01 (sgml) depending on the browser the visitor uses…
Would be nice if someone knows a way to avoid the code, that is necessary to put directly into posts to display the thumbnails (the thumbholder consists if several divs – take a look at demo-page for example code). I’ve thought of an additional tag
<fancythumb><img src="bla.bla" /></fancythumb>something like that, that was more theme-switch-friendly…
any ideas on this issue?
if you find any errors or bugs, please report them in order to fix.
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