As many of you probably know, a new version of the Thesis theme (1.7) was released recently with a whole host of new options and features. One of those features is a built in settings importer which makes installing skins an insanely quick process. To celebrate, I’ve decided to release my 5th free Thesis skin. […]
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Well folks, I’ve been at it again. I’ve created another free thesis skin!
Now I know, this blog is about WordPress and there’s actually been a release (version 2.8.6) since my last post but to be honest, the news in the WordPress world hasn’t really been all that exciting to me lately.
I mean, how many GPL and Update your Installs type of posts do you guys really want to read anyway? So instead, I decided to spend my time creating something that I hope most of you will get some actual use out of.
Now of course, if you haven’t listened to my constant gushing about Thesis and you’re still not using it, well I just don’t know what to do with you.
For the rest of you, I’m pleased to introduce the Affiliate Skin for Thesis!