We’ve just launched a new My Account area where you can manage your DIYthemes account and quickly access all of your Thesis purchases.
With the new Pearsonified Skin for Thesis, you will…
Look smashing from every angle thanks to a finely-tuned responsive design.
Enjoy a big header image and a stunning way to present your videos.
Craft a feel that’s uniquely you with eye-popping color scheme functionality and one of 69 Google Fonts available right out of the box.
Get ready to grow with custom templates for every occasion, including high-converting landing page templates.
Above all else, you’re gonna have fun with this sophisticated, savvy Skin from your detail-obsessed friends at DIYthemes.
Let’s take a closer look at why the Pearsonified Skin is so sought-after and—more important—how you can use it to rock your web design world. [click to continue…]
Software version numbers are kind of confusing, aren’t they?
Chrome, for example, has crazy version numbers, such as 31.0.1650.63, that mean little or nothing to anyone except its developers.
WordPress version numbers like 3.8 and 3.8.1 carry a more obvious meaning, but they still require some explanation.
Thesis version numbers are similar to WordPress ones, and today, we’ll see precisely how they work and what they mean. This quick overview will provide you with insights you can use to proceed with confidence whenever we push a Thesis update.
Looking for the article on Thesis version numbers? Click here!
For nearly 6 years, we’ve handled all of your support requests in the DIYthemes forums. Countless words have been written back and forth to resolve everyday issues, and that’s worked fairly well for everyone so far.
But I think we can serve you better—a lot better, in fact.
That’s why I’m happy to announce a new, email-based support model that will enable us to reply to you directly in the most accessible place of all—your inbox.
(Although we will continue to operate the forums just as we always have, all official support will be moved to this new system.)
Let’s take a quick look at our new support model and see why we’ll be able to serve you faster and more reliably than we could through the forums. [click to continue…]
Thesis Skins are the realization of over 5 years of dedication to a single cause: Providing you with optimized, beautiful, and customizable designs that you can use without sacrificing any mission-critical functionality or having to learn a new system (as is the case when you switch from one WordPress theme to another).
On that note, today is a banner day here at DIYthemes because we are releasing the first official add-on for Thesis. It’s called the Promo Skin, and it’s the initial offering in our premium designers’ series. (These Skins are collaborations between top designers and Thesis creator Chris Pearson.)
Designed by Thesis expert Nina Cross, Promo is informed by years of freelance work and common requests from people just like you. The result is a Skin that has everything you need to build an audience, promote yourself, and look like a pro in the process.
Let’s look at some of the ways you can use Promo to improve your site immediately: