Since I want to display the last 5 posts from that featured category, I simply numbered 1 through 5 in each of the post select boxes.Steps 4 & 5 let DCG know where to find the images you want to use in the slider.
On the Thesis Options Manager page (as seen in the screen shot above), click the green Download All Options button to save your current settings as a backup.
That way you can always go back to the design you have now if you decide not to use the skin for some reason. The skin can easily accommodate a wider logo, however that will limit your use of the banner widget in the header .
Unless you want to be continually updating this setting in DCG, I recommend unchecking that box and forcing Word Press to store your images in one large folder.
Step 7 is where you’ll need to set the desired width, height, and colors for your slider.
Note: Let’s go ahead and get one thing out of the way right off the bat. Their themes are released under the GPL license and this is exactly the kind of thing the GPL is designed for.
Besides they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
I’ve input /wp-content/uploads/ in both fields since that’s where my images are stored.
Tip: Word Press defaults to managing your uploads into month and year based folders.
We simply want to be able to alert you when we update the skin or release a new one you might be interested in using.
Anyway, once you’ve confirmed your information you’ll receive an email with a link to download a zip file.