Twenty Plus Pro is a versatile theme designed to work with the new default WordPress theme Twenty Twelve. It’s not overloaded with useless features and buttons, only options that will let you configure your website the way you want.
With five different layouts a responsive Nivo slider, four color schemes, matching bbPress theme, Custom CSS area and much more, you can create your Twenty Twelve site the way you want.
Twenty Plus Lite, Twenty Twelve child theme. This is the light version of Twenty Plus Pro, it has the most commonly requested features from users that want to customize their theme. Twenty Plus Light comes with two color schemes, left and right sidebar layout GPL Licensed and more!
Here’s a step by step guide to adding a second menu area to a Twenty Twelve child theme. This menu will act the same as the default menu on mobile devices and display below the header area.
If you don’t know what a child theme is you can read more about it on the WordPress Codex or read my own article on how to Create a WordPress child theme
Here’s a free Twenty Twelve child theme I created based off of the dark color scheme of Twenty Eleven. I’ve adjusted a few of the colors and added a few minor details from the original Twenty Eleven version.
This child theme is wp-PageNavi ready, just install it, disable wp-pagenavi CSS and configure it how you like.
If you notice anything I’ve missed please leave a comment and let me know. Feel free to use it however you like.
Here’s how you can add Wp-PageNavi to a twenty Twelve child theme.
It’s not much different than how we added to Twenty Eleven. Open or create a functions.php for your child theme, and paste this code into it. If you’re creating a new functions.php don’t forget to add the opening php tag.
I’ve had many questions on how to change the width of the sidebar in Twenty Eleven, I’m going to show how it can be done for both left and right sidebar layouts. My last post on this was a bit confusing, I’ll try to explain it as best I can.
First lets take a look at the layout, it’s easier to understand what you’re doing when you understand the way things work.
I’ve seen this asked alot so, here’s how you can add a logo image to the header area of Twenty Eleven theme by only adding CSS to your theme. It’s not the best way to add a log in all cases but it works pretty well for Twenty Eleven theme.
Well be using a 263x65px logo in the example, you can use this one if you want to try it out. Place it in a folder called images within your child theme.
Lots of people have asked how to create a three column Twenty Eleven, so I decided to take NomNom theme and strip it down for those who just need the 3 column layouts.
Simply install, and check Appearance > Theme Options to see 3 new 3 column layouts.
Gallery thumbnails look best at around 125×125 px because of the narrow content with new layouts and will allow 3 gallery thumbs horizontal.