DIYthemes Releases Thesis 1.8.1
Thesis 1.x Notice: Thanks for reading this post! So, here's the deal. I wanted you to be aware that this post was written prior to the release of Thesis 2. So that means the instructions or other information provided applies specifically to Thesis 1.x and not the latest 2.x version. Thanks!
A minor update to Thesis was released to fix a small display bug on the edit category page of the WordPress admin interface. The release also makes a performance improvement with respect to caching stylesheets.
You can get all the juicy details here.
Log into your DIYthemes account and download the new version. You can also read about installing Thesis for the first time, or upgrading to the latest version of Thesis.
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This Site Runs on the Thesis WordPress Theme
If you're someone who doesn't understand a lot of PHP, HTML, or CSS, Thesis will give you a ton of functionality without having to alter any code. For the advanced user, Thesis has incredible customization possibilities via extensive hooks and filters. And with so many design options, you can use the template over and over and never have it look like the same site.
If you're more familiar with how websites work, you can use the fantastic Thesis User's Guide and world-class support forums to make more professional customizations than you ever thought possible. The theme is not only highly customizable, but it allows me to build sites with a much more targeted focus on monetization than ever before. You can find out more about Thesis below: