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    Hi Scrambler,

    I was searching Google for Weaver Xtreme Theme Tutorials and found your site that I am looking now. I just looked your part 1 and part 2 tutorials and these are for people who are really into coding and into CSS and HTML. Could you please let me know how I can learn more and how I can customize this Weaver Xtreme theme.  You see, the main reason that I am interested to learn that is to create my site at http://TheGoods.info in where I added this plugin called Associate Goliath. And the owner of this plugin referred this WP Theme Weaver Xtreme. Also i would appreciate it much if you could give it a glimpse at my site and let me know whether it is looking OK. I know i have to do lot more works on the site and for that I am looking for tutorials on WP Theme Weaver Xtreme.
    Would appreciate much for letting me know everything at your earliest.

    This discussion was created from comments split from: Weaver Xtreme Tips and Tutorials (part 2).


    I don’t know if you are the same person as the one on the wordpress forum, but if not below is the link to my answer there on the same question.


    So the first step, is to explore the various options pages under Appearance > Theme Options, and especially the Main Options pages. have first an overall read to picture the structure of the admin pages, then click on the help bubbles when needed.

    Another good thing to explore are the various pages of the demo site: http://demo.weavertheme.com/

    You can also read some of the weaver II tutorials as even if Xtreme options have been somewhat reorganize to make them more rational, the overall logic is the same.



    Then if you are having a problem accomplishing something, open a thread to the forum with a link to your site and specifics about what you are trying to do.

    The hardest part wont be to figure out how Xtreme works, this will quickly become familiar as you start using it. The hardest part is to know what you want for your design.


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