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ThriftyZizel now runs Thesis 2.1

I have just installed Thesis 2.1 theme update.  This is the official release and not the beta.  So far, so good.  There are lots of subtle changes and several items have been moved.  The menus are a little different too.  What I’m most excited about is the release of the upcoming responsive skins.  There is a responsive Classic skin included in the Thesis 2.1 update but the forums I read suggest waiting for the release of the Pearsonified skin so this is what I’m going to do.  I have not used this update enough to write a comparison to 2.0 but my site still works so that part is good.

You can read more here http://diythemes.com/thesis/version-21/.

About the author: I’m a techie, a gadget geek, a former programmer, and all-around technology nut. Currently I’m a business analyst for a technology company. I love what technology can do for us. I love smartphones and apps for everything. Building sites with Thesis 2.0 and WordPress help me to reconnect with the feeling of building something tangible.

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  • Tony July 22, 2013, 4:28 AM

    I’ve also upgraded to 2.1, and am glad I did so!

    You mentioned waiting for the Pearsonified skin. What are the benefits of this version over the Responsive?

  • Doug Macklem July 22, 2013, 4:42 PM

    I am only hearing rumors that it too will be responsive plus many other custom features. I have no idea what the features will be but I don’t think the release date is that far off so I’m willing to wait. I don’t want to customize the responsive Classic theme then start over on Pearsonified. Please know that I have absolutely no connection with DIY, no sources, just reading forums like everyone else. So, take what I say with a grain of salt.

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