I was contacted by someone named “Ovidiu” about branching my WordPress styles plugin for WPMU (WordPress Multi-User), and he has published it in the WPMU plugins directory. His announcement is also listed on the WPMU forum for technical support. All questions regarding the WPMU should be directed to that person.
I added it as a branch to my Subversion slot in the official WordPress plugin directory.
I have finished my first theme to release to the WordPress community. You can see a demo of it. Here are the specifications on it.
I also want to recognize the many themes that have influenced me including: Glued Ideas Subtle, Squible, Kubrick, and Unsleepable among others. They are all great designs! I also built this theme on the Basic WordPress theme template.
I also used the COM4T Fine Regular font in my header image if you wish to create your own. I would love to see anyone who does use the theme and how they use it.
1.1.3 — Series of revisions to submit to WordPress’ official theme repository. Added gravatar support, images CSS classes, etc.
1.1 — Fixed comment layout, browser incompatibilities, and header. Also added tags for WordPress 2.3.
1.0 — Initial release
Have you ever updated your theme by replacing, or simply overwriting your old theme files? Well, when we edit themes we tend to add many custom styles that are supra-theme. Maybe there are styles for a plugin (such as my Post Information Plugin) that you want there regardless of what theme you have selected. Well, I have the fix for you.
- Download the plugin
- Then your styles under Presentation » Persistent Styles.
I should warn you that the style sheet will be printed after your primary sheet. I would advise on only adding non theme dependent styles, because it will throw off your CSS inheritance.