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Twenty Ten Just another WordPress theme A Parent Page HTML Elements Image Alignment and Styles Readability Test Recent Developments Search Search Posted on February 23, 2010 by Matt Thomas Things have been busy both with this theme and my other duties so I haven’t posted
February 2010 much here lately. If you’ve been following the Twenty Ten ticket over on WordPress trac, M T W T F S S you know the latest. I probably should have linked to that earlier — sorry if you’ve been 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 missing out lately. Since the theme was committed to trunk, members of the 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 WordPress community have added custom background support (for all of WordPress; 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Twenty Ten is the first theme to use it), cleaned up code, added strings for translation, 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 fixed CSS bugs, added a single-column alternate page template, begun implementing a « Jan
new feature that lets you pick from a selection of preloaded custom header images, and last but not least: it’s gotten its own official screenshot. Archives February 2010 January 2010 Development is just about complete, and if you’re using the bleeding edge development December 2009 version of WordPress 3.0, Twenty Ten is now the default theme on new blogs. The Trac Meta ticket I linked to above is also your ticket to the latest news on Twenty Ten as it Log in develops. I’ll be posting more here as all the loose ends are tied up and the final version Entries RSS is ready. Thanks for all the feedback and testing; it’s been a real help! Comments RSS WordPress.com Posted in General | Leave a comment WYSIWYRG Posted on February 6, 2010 by Matt Thomas What you see is what you really get. I stumbled upon this brilliant tip from Andrew Ozz today: Things like typefaces, headings, image padding and borders, etc. can easily be set by the current theme making the visual editor… more WYSIWYG. All it takes is a stylesheet and a small function in the theme’s functions.php file. Say what? I had no idea, so I decided I had to give this a try for 2010. The result?