After a long period of absence over the summer, I have finally released the newest version of the jQ theme. It has now more options than before, including several fields that allow the adjustment of the text layout (fonts & colours). I will soon add more fonts to choose. If you have some suggestions, please let me know.
I have changed the default font of the jQ theme options from “Sans-Serif” (which was mainly Helvetica) to “Serif” (which is Georgia). While I much prefer serif fonts – and especially Georgia – I always had a sans-serif font in the default styles of my themes because I believe that most people rather like fonts such as these. This used to be Verdana and later Helvetica.
After the theme was down for some time over the turn of the year, it is now back on the featured list on WordPress.org in version 2.9. While there haven’t been many new features since version 2.4, the next version 3.0 is subject to rather big changes.
the website is back after after a long period of displaying nothing but empty screen. Though the content is available again I’m not sure about my future activity on this blog and on developing WordPress themes in general. However, this will figure out soon and the support for the already existing themes will be continued anyway.
If you want to transform jQ in a way that only the post headings are displayed on index pages, there’s a very easy method to achieve this.
I am glad to announce that my second WordPress theme has been included to the featured theme list on WordPress.org. This is a great success and a new motivation to continue my OpenSource work.
The plugin is a jQuery supported fontscaling script that offers three links to change the font size of your WordPress web-log.
“Automatic Post Thumb” is a WordPress plugin that generates a thumbnail from the first image uploaded to a post. Download available at WordPress.org.
I have just worked out a way to dislpay a custom piece of text for a wordpress post which has no tags assigned to it.