StudioPress introduced the new Modern Portfolio theme. Rae Hoffman redesigned her site with Genesis and gave the theme a 5-star review, WPKube published an extensive WP resource that gave StudioPress a nod, and Brian Gardner dropped a fun tutorial on how to add custom sticky menus to SP themes. Finally, Brian Clark debuted Site Sensor to the world, an important website monitoring tool to help content marketers stay on track.
Here’s a little more on these news items:
– Modern Portfolio Theme is Released: Brian Gardner and the team did it again! Take a spin through our Theme of the Month below.
– Another High Profile Blog Moves to Genesis: After 5 years, Rae Hoffman aka “Sugarrae”, affiliate marketing veteran and CEO of PushFire search marketing agency, switched teams. She dug into the StudioPress theme’s finer points in this in-depth review/tutorial.
– The WordPress Handbook — 55 Resources (for First Time WP Users): WPKube published an extensive list of resources that is quite useful, even if you’re a well-traveled WordPresser.
– Learn How to Add a Sticky Menu to Your SP Site: Brian Gardner posted a surprisingly easy tutorial on how to customize a “sticky menu” (one that follows the page as you scroll) on your WP site.
Site Sensor: Secure Website Monitoring by Copyblogger Media
Brian Clark debuted CB’s most recent innovation for content marketers and online entrepreneurs. Have you ever found out that your site has been down for extended periods from cranky customers or clients on other social sites?
Site Sensor’s real-time checks, alerts, and content monitoring ensure that you’ll never be in the dark about the status of your website.
Brian gives it the full breakdown on the blog, and you can kind learn more about Site Sensor’s features here.
Theme of the Month: Modern Portfolio
Studiopress introduces is 23rd original, mobile-responsive theme, Modern Portfolio, a sleek layout that places an emphasis on images. Photographers, developers and image hounds will love this smart, minimalist design.
The Modern Portfolio theme debuts a high-contrast, B/W frame that confidently highlights your best content.
Brian talked more about this intelligent theme over on the Copyblogger blog, so make sure you check out that post for all the details.