Date of publication: 2017-08-22 20:04
But as discussed elsewhere the brutal reality for most books found in any bookstore is to appear spine-out – as can be seen in this line of books recently photographed in a Kinokuniya bookstore in Singapore.
However, I will say that it makes a ton of sense to use a framework regardless. As you point out Nathan, you know you 8767 ve got clean, concise, semantic code to begin with. When you switch to another theme, you may or may not get that. Also, its SOOO much easier to switch designs when you 8767 re building from the same base.
The Yoast SEO plugin, unlike some others, is fully Multi-Site compatible. The XML Sitemaps work fine in all setups and you even have the option, in the Network settings, to copy the settings from one blog to another, or make blogs default to the settings for a specific blog.
Great article, thanks for the comparison! I started out with Thematic a few years ago but switched to Thesis back in and have been using Thesis exclusively ever since. Recently we 8767 ve been wondering if it was time to consider other alternatives but this article makes me more sure that I 8767 ll be sticking with Thesis until there is a real reason to switch..
Before Thesis 7, the ONLY way you could get the functionality you want, where you want, was either by hiring a developer, installing yet another potentially inefficient plugin, or—heaven forbid—code it yourself.
Everything you mention about Genesis above were carefully considered and brainstormed before we ever started building them. I 8767 m SO happy to see someone notice these awesome features and highlight them here. We 8767 re pretty darn proud of what we 8767 ve done, and I 8767 m glad to see that our users are too!