Don’t Talk theme has one main purpose: to let your images do the talking for you. Everything is meant to get out of the way, so that the user is presented with a clear, unobstructed view of your work. It tries to be as simple to set up and maintain as possible, built from the ground up to leverage on WordPress’ simplicity in content and media management, so you can focus on what you do best: produce great images.
- Fullscreen background images or slideshows
- Collapsing sidebar and main content
- Transparent cross-browser fixed column design
- Widget ready, with every WordPress default widget supported (plus three custom widgets for slideshows)
- Many customization options, so your theme looks and behaves just like you want it to
- Choose which elements you want on screen: sidebar, copyright notice, comments, navigation buttons. Go for a full-fledged WordPress site or reduce the clutter and let the user focus on your images
- Customize the slideshows: control the time per slide, the amount of images it will load, auto-start, random sequences, plus 7 transition effects to choose from
- Transparency, tooltips, menu animations and more can be switched on and off from inside the admin page
- Translate: every string can be adapted to your own language inside the admin screen – no messing around with .mo or .po files
- Updated Supersized! script to 3.2.6;
- Small fixed to adapt theme for WordPress 3.3;
- Additional code clean-up.
- Added optional Home Page with most recent posts and sticky posts;
- Added configurable Twitter and Facebook buttons on footer;
- Added support for the Aside post format;
- Added default background image for fresh installations;
- Added the option to disable slideshows entirely (while still maintaining image relevance to the Post or Page);
- Added code to support different body classes according to image on slideshow;
- Added support for 800×600 resolutions without horizontal scrolling;
- Contact form labels reappear correctly after failing to send message;
- Fixed z-index of copyright notice;
- Added support for more HTML tags with which to style post content;
- Minor adjustments for better compliance with WordPress theme development best practices;
- Additional code clean-up and commenting.
Note: because of the Tweet and Facebook Like buttons, the theme is no longer valid XHTML. For now, if you must have a valid website, you must not enable Social Media.
- Initial release.
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