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Chris on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Wed, 3 Sep 2008 03:06:22 -0700

Nice tutorial on the back end things dealing with menus and themes... One thing worth mentioning:

You should use the Request.RawUrl syntax instead of Request.Path, like this:

if (Request.RawUrl.Contains(menuName)) {}

So now if you add pages to your menu they will be highlighted as well...




Ivan | SEO Consultant on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Tue, 21 Oct 2008 02:25:44 -0700

I want to add the line of text below the header of the tags page, that reads: ‘Blog Posts Tagged ‘’. Can I do that in the Theme somehow?



Henrik Stenbæk on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Thu, 30 Oct 2008 05:06:37 -0700

Great porting article! WHY haven't I seen this post before today :-0
I’m mostly using Firebug for the work – and it’s also my impression that one can have 70-80% of the theme in place within 2 hours, the remaining parts takes an eternity.

Thanks a lot for the MenuClass() – I need that in all the themes I have ported. And to be earnest: I haven’t been that good in cleaning up the original CSS file for unused content lately – I’m sorry for that one….

Right now I’m struggling finding a way to use different templates (masterpages) for post list and single post view (I need that for porting themes like http://www.cellarheat.com/). I’m trying something like hooking up to the ServingEvent:

BlogEngine.Core.Post.Serving += new EventHandler(Post_Serving);

And then try to change the way the site.master is rendered – but I’m not succeeded in it yet. If you ,or anybody reading this, know a way to do this, please post a hint!




rtur.net on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Thu, 30 Oct 2008 10:56:41 -0700

If you ,or anybody reading this, know a way to do this, please post a hint!
If you look at my theme, it does look different in single page and list mode. I'm using a trick - if it is single page (e.Location == ServingLocation.SinglePost) I inject additional CSS where set sidebar visibility to false and such. There may be a better way, but it is simple and serves me well...



Onesoft on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Fri, 31 Oct 2008 19:35:31 -0700

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Yet another BlogEngine 1.4.5.Theme: Angel



Boat Party NYC on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Wed, 7 Jan 2009 20:59:00 -0800

Some great tips. I want to create my own blogengine theme. These are good tips to follow when doing custom work as well.



Yachtcharter Griechenland on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:42:07 -0800

I was just thinking about Crafting CSS style sheet and you've really helped out. Thanks!



my little blogs on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Mon, 2 Mar 2009 14:43:25 -0800

i actually want to try this kind of theme, i think this is pretty amazing



Pinay My Girl on Porting WordPress theme to BlogEngine. Part 2

Thu, 12 Mar 2009 09:14:20 -0700

cool theme.,.i will also try to make my own blogengine theme and thank to the codes.,.






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Sat, 17 Oct 2009 10:18:17 -0700

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