Thesis 2.1 Nulled Makes Your WordPress Website Load Faster, Rank Higher, and Look Better
Whether you plan to hire a WordPress designer, tweak your own design, or if you just want a WordPress design that works……Thesis theme pushes blogging technology to a place it’s NEVER gone before with three revolutionary features that you won’t find in any other WordPress theme.
With Thesis 2.1’s Custom CSS, you can make changes to your site design in a non-destructive environment, without fear of affecting what your visitors see. When you decide you’ve made the changes you want, you can save your Custom CSS, and only then will your design change for site visitors.
And as for that FTP client? You may not need that anymore, either.
You can upload Skins and Boxes directly through the Thesis interface, and as we’ve already seen, you can edit CSS directly in your browser.
By removing the need for a text editor and FTP client, Thesis 2.1 significantly lowers the barrier to entry and reduces the pain of starting a new website (especially for new users).
Not having to explain to a new user what an FTP client is? Not having to get new users to find, install, and then learn to use FTP clients or text editors?
This is the definition of a big win, folks.
The second big win comes in the form of organization. Instead of an omnibus options page, Thesis 2.1 is thoughtfully arranged along lines relevant to you.
For starters, all of your mission-critical site management tools are conveniently located in one place. These tools—Google Analytics and Google Authorship, for example—are important to the overall success of your site.
Although you won’t access them frequently (most of them are of the “set it and forget it” variety), you’ll need these tools no matter what Skin you’re running. Find them all in Thesis’ Site submenu.
Unlike site management tools, most of your interaction with Thesis will come in the form of setting Skin options or tweaking your design. Because of this, we’ve placed these frequently-accessed options in the Skin submenu, where you can find them quickly and easily.
The days of hunting for options in a busy interface are over—with Thesis 2.1, you’ll know precisely where you need to go to do what you want to do. And when you get there, you’ll be greeted with a simple, powerful interface that will let your creativity shine.
The third big win in Thesis 2.1 is innovation. With its patent-pending color picker and updated golden ratio typography, Thesis can help you design the perfect site whether you’re a novice or pro.
The color picker is especially cool, because it combines new ColorScale technology and complementary colors to bring you nearly infinite color scheme potential. And after a minute or two of messing with this thing, you’ll be a color genius.
(Seriously, you’ll be able to create color schemes with a mathematical precision that would make Picasso jealous.)
And naturally, no Thesis update would be complete without some typographical advances. Not only can Thesis 2.1 tune the typography and spacing of your entire layout, but it can also fine-tune based on the specific fonts you’re using.
Some might call this “magic,” but for Thesis, it’s just another day at the office
Classic Responsive Skin
As the name implies, the Classic Responsive Skin is indeed responsive. I’ll give you a minute to wipe away the tears of joy.
Although there are many aspects of this Skin worth mentioning—for example, rock-solid golden ratio typography on every device and full responsive dropdown menu support (lots of themes skimp on this step because it’s a real pain)—I want to focus on two aspects of the Classic Responsive Skin that you can use to unleash your creativity.
First, the new Content page is your one-stop shop for managing Skin content. The page is divided into two simple parts: Display options (for showing/hiding Skin content) and a linked list of editable Skin content.
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