We’re going to switch back over and just select the header image that actually fits the space which was the main intention here all along.
Chris Pearson launched the Thesis Word Press Theme just a few years ago. Top sites and bloggers like the Domino Project, Tony Hsieh, and Matt Cutts use Thesis as their Premium Word Press Theme of choice. View Pricing for Thesis Theme » Chris Pearson has a great sense of design aesthetics… A little backstory, I kept seeing Thesis everywhere.
This is a 1400 pixel wide image but it’s been shrunk now into the 1008 pixel wide so it doesn’t crop the image off, it scales the image down.
Let’s look at it in the Responsinator, you can see the same thing happen, it just got scaled down.
Immediately I saw its potential and wanted to use it on some of my other sites. So I wound up upgrading to the developer’s license so I can use it on this site and on my other blogs.
So here are my takeaways from having used Thesis on a number of sites: Thesis 2.0 is so much more than just a theme.
” Especially since Word Press has thousands of free themes, even Chris has free themes available for download.
I decided to pick it up and take a serious look at it.
Thesis already has the pedigree that other Word Press Themes don’t have. It’s even harder when you look at the sea of Word Press Themes, and the fact that some of them are pretty bad. That’s why I wanted to take a serious look at Thesis. This review has been continually updated since it was first released in 2008.
I hope to answer these questions and give you my honest below.