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ovidiumurzea Oct 7, 2011 04:41 PM

Vertical menu for themeframe
 
Hello, maybe this is a silly question, but it was wondering, are you able to create a vertical menu with themeframe?

I am interested in creating a two column layout, first column contains the logo and vertical menu and the second one the static pages or the blog itself. Here's an example of what i mean: http://www.zachstarrweiss.com/

I am waiting for your answer.
Thank you.

Flynn Oct 7, 2011 05:05 PM

You can do vertical menus

In Themeframe
- Create a page template with 1 left sidebar
- Apply the desired style to widgets through TF's CSS Inspector:

For the example you posted:
border-bottom: 1 px dashed #ffffff;
font-family: "courier new";
letter-spacing: 3px;
etc...

In Wordpress
- Add the "Pages" widget to the widget area in the left sidebar

So the menu you should be able to create that way all inside TF. As for the overall layout, on that example page it seems the left sidebar is crossing the header (the left sidebar goes all the way to the top), or there is no header. For that particular layout you'd have to do manual edits after you created the theme in TF.

The layouts TF currently can do are:
- Always header
- Always footer
- 0-3 sidebars on the left
- 0-3 sidebars on the right

You can create different page templates with the various sidebar settings listed above, but currently there's no way to create a "sidebar crossing the header" inside the TF.

Keep in mind though that with other tools you'd probably have to do even more things manually.

ovidiumurzea Oct 8, 2011 11:19 AM

Thanks for your quick reply, Flynn. It was really helpful!

One more thing though: do you think for future versions of theme frame that more layouts possibilities will be included (maybe even this one)?

Thanks anyway, TF is getting more and more interesting to me.

Flynn Oct 8, 2011 12:48 PM

Yes there will be more layout options for sure. The layout type you mentioned is also popular enough to be included in some way.

KatyDigg Oct 14, 2011 08:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flynn (Post 73549)
Yes there will be more layout options for sure. The layout type you mentioned is also popular enough to be included in some way.


Wonderful stuff! :)


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