This article is deprecated! Any technical information refers to software versions that are now obsolete. Please visit the DIYthemes Blog for current updates, or check out the old Thesis Blog for a treasure trove of website marketing insights.
Looking for a simple way to make your Thesis design different from an out-of-the-box one? Try out this slick new Minimal Thesis skin—it’s in use over on the excellent DIYthemes Answers [edit: link removed], a growing resource for thorough answers to common Thesis tasks.
Installing the Minimal Skin
After downloading Minimal, you’ll have a folder named
/minimal that contains two files—
minimal_functions.php. Copy the contents of
minimal.css and paste it into your
custom.css file. Next, copy the contents of
minimal_functions.php and paste it into your
Now, go refresh your site and check out the new hotness!