- Exo — fixed alignment issues when changing post sizes, grayscale now works on photosets
- D.Gray — infinite scrolling should now work
So I just moved into my own apartment and for the past few weeks I’ve been getting situated. I’l be getting back into the mood soon. I have a new blog theme coming, and also new themes and pages on the way. Also I just just turned 22 :D
what computer you normally use
Because everyone loves free things, here’s another quick resources post. There are another handful of sites out there but these are the ones I check out most often.
My favourite is the weekly offers from Creative Market. Sometimes you come across goodies you wouldn’t have otherwise downloaded. But act quick because they change/rotate every 7 days! A few people asked about subtle seamless backgrounds, and Pixeden has some of my favourites. Freebiesbug is actually more of a collective site (to make browsing easier) but has the occasional exclusives. And I’m sure every theme maker has already heard of Codrops but they deserve a huge mention.
THEME 21.0 - Precious
- square sb image
- updates tab
- second desc
- second title
- extra links in second desc (opt)
- 5 customizable links
- small cursor
- 400px posts
- notes on display at the side
- please like or reblog if you’re using!!
- do not claim as your own
- please please please don’t remove the credit
- message me if you have any inquiries!
flawless base code by meliapond
truth to be told, I check every reblog of my new theme/page and check the tags to see what people actually think of them (going to the actual reblog post, I HATE this pseudo-blog-appearing-on-the-right thing)
i’m nice and all but don’t push me
there is a very thin line between inspiration and just outright idea theft. If someone inspired your work credit them. I’ve seen way too many theme makers who take ideas from others and don’t credit them.
you guys please please PLEASE for the love of god listen when I say I don’t help with customizations.
I god honestly do not have time to help everyone with changing backgrounds/adding pictures/to changing appearance of themes. These are things you can learn from google (just like I did). How to add tags/captions and such are things that tumblr itself tells you how to do. I don’t get paid to make you themes or pages. I don’t get cookie points for it. This is a hobby, and some of you treat me as if I work for you, I don’t.
I’ve gotten asks where people tell me that if I don’t help with customizing themes (some of which aren’t even mine) I should quit. Well excuse me, but the last time I checked I wasn’t forcing you to use my themes.
I am full time college student as well as a full time worker. I make themes in my spare time, and I would really really appreciate it if you would check the faq, previously asked questions (I organize it so it’s easy to find your question) and to use google before asking me anything.
ok that is all