How to add a custom header or logo to M Theater

Below is an example of how you can customize the header of your M Theater website installation with the new ‘title-background’ class. Place this code below into the Custom CSS text box in Theme Options: hgroup { width:100%; height:150px; margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0;} hgroup.title-background { background-image: url(‘http://linktoyourimage.jpg’); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: bottom center; background-size:contain; margin-top:0; } nav.main-navigation {
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How to remove shadows and borders around images in your content

By default, there is a slight shadow and light border around all images in the content section of all posts and pages using M Theater. This is done to bring consistency to your content. However, there may be instances where you want to remove that border. To do this, you need to add an inline
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How to change the home page animated slider images with M Theater

M Theater gives you the option of displaying an animated slider of ‘sticky’ posts on your home page. So what are ‘sticky’ posts? ‘Sticky’ posts stay at the top of your archive displays, regardless of the date of newer posts. To add new images into the home page slider rotation: Write a new post. Do
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Using the new extended gallery features of the M-Theater WordPress Theme

Page Sections Introduction Currently Available Attributes Using Multiple Attributes About Gallery Types Global (Sitewide) Options FAQ Get Hit.Pictures Introducing Galleries by Hit.Pictures M Theater 1.3.1 features a new way of creating and sharing galleries of image files. It’s just as easy – if not easier – than creating a standard WP gallery. To use the
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How to hide post titles on a home page animated slider

Since version 1.1, M Theater has added an option to hide Post title display on the home page slider. You can find the option under Appearance > Theme Options. Below is an example of a home page slider with (left) or without (right) titles. Each example is using a different color scheme option as well.
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How to display an animated slider of ‘sticky’ posts with M Theater

M Theater gives you the option of displaying an animated slider of ‘sticky’ posts on your home page. So what are ‘sticky’ posts, anyway? ‘Sticky’ posts stay at the top of your archive displays, regardless of the date of newer posts. By adding a large image to your post, you can display a rotating slider
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How to create new galleries in WordPress 3.5

I’ve been getting some questions on how to create new galleries in WordPress 3.5, so I thought I’d post this brief tutorial on the matter. Here are a few facts on the subject to begin: Unless you’re using a plug-in or your Theme changes gallery control or creation, the instructions below should work no regardless
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