Chris Langille January 1, at Michael December 30, at I would like to create a brand per se and not interesting in changing templates endlessly either. Are these packages really designed for those who like to tweek big time with html and CSS? After following the Thesis video for a 2 column site, after 15 minutes the page was still not complete and I was all iinds of confused about Boxes, etc.
Robert January 1, at One thing worth mentioning about Thesis 2.
The options you have are literally endless. For straightforward basic sites however, drag and drop is a good idea and gives more power to non-coders. Its not a drag and drop in the sense of Headway, headway is a god awful framework, It has so much code behind it, you need a decent server just to run it correctly.
Most pre fabricated themes such as themeforest are way to heavy in terms of the load it adds to the server. I do not have html or CSS skills nor a lot of money to pour into this. I use the original Lifestyle and have modified it so much you wouldnt know its a Genesis theme.
February 27, at Each box can be made to be used for a very specific purpose or for multiple uses with a few options. Someone may need a certain function, I can package that in a box, release it and many people can use it, as time goes by users ask for extra features, so I can add them also so developers enjoy coding stuff and the average user reaps the benefits of that.
Greetings from Geneva in Switzerland. I can hookup existing grid systems like, Gumby, Bootstrap etc. They really should drop the price and just sell what they have. I have had two blogs in the past with blogger templates. The devil is in the details with all of this.
Would I actually be able to utilize these professional features enough to justify the expense?
I agree that with the builder Thesis can be leaning more towards builders such as iThemes Builder, PageLines and Headway. Genesis have made a significant leap in the design-quality of their themes lately, as I also pointed out in the review.
The support from the genesis community is amazing with useful tips always at hand. I might want to add my own store front and forum down the road to my blog. Have you tried those? My good man, we want angry demagoguery and fanboy-ism that passes for discourse nowadays!
It will be a problem for a drag-and-dropper, no matter how cool and comprehensive the system is. March 25, at Lyn Leon January 30, at I have tried Headway before, the builder is really neat.
Because I like to write code, this is no problem. This allows me to build a new website in approx half the time and get exactly what I want for my clients, usually the designs being based upon a supplied photoshop file.
Genesis, on the other hand, has few options, but they are great and easy to use.Is PageLines' "Platform" WordPress theme framework a viable alternative to Thesis, Genesis, Headway, et.
It looks pretty slick, but I don’t like their licensing — it seems a little restrictive (and expensive) compared to the competition.
May 01, · Is PageLines' "Platform" WordPress theme framework a viable alternative to Thesis, Genesis, Headway, et. al.? It looks pretty slick, but I don’t like their licensing — it seems a little restrictive (and expensive) compared to the competition.
WordPress theme frameworks tend to fall into two main categories. Firstly, you have in-house frameworks that have been built for use by a specific theme shop. TeslaThemes is a good example of this.
Thesis, on the other hand, is a bit different with regards to pricing. For $87 you get the basic Thesis theme plus one year of upgrades, while. Các thành viên khi post bài chú ý nếu nội dung sai khu vực quy định sẻ bị ban nick và xóa tất cả những bài của acc vi phạp ngay lập tức (Không có việc cáo kiện gì ở đây nhé).
PageLines vs. PlatformPro. All.
Platform is the hardest name to Google you’ve ever seen. Tomas Westerholm says: January 9, at am After entering the redeem code into PayPal, it jammed showing an empty white box and greyed out Pay Now button. Could not buy.Download