Comment on Stallion Theme Colours, Banners and Header Image by WordPress SEO Theme Author.
I was doing an update and testing a new Stallion 7.1 feature and the Chameleon CSS Plugin (used to make the colour switcher) stopped the new feature working correctly, I disabled the plugin for the tests and it deleted the widget I’d built (stupid plugin)!
Stallion 7.1 (which is running on this site to test it) has the ability to set a different layout, colour scheme and other settings on each blog post/static page (the feature I was testing) and I plan to use that feature to show the different Stallion colours etc… that way rather than the plugin (so won’t be rebuilding the widget).
I’ve made a start on this, but not complete, if you view pages on the site you will find some have different layouts and colour schemes, few examples
I’ll be using different colours through the site to show what’s possible with Stallion 7.1 over the next few days. Also shows some of the built in header images as well.
What I’ve done above will be possible after the next update (should release in a few days), so if you wanted a site with a different layout and colour scheme on each page/post it’s possible.
This post http://www.stallion-theme.com/stallion-all-in-one-seo-plugin shows another interesting Stallion feature that works well with the above feature. You will note I have a large 300px wide Stallion banner ad on the right menu on every page and a similar sized Aweber form widget. The page above is using a 210px wide right sidebar layout where those two widgets won’t work, so under Appearance >> Widgets I’ve set those two widgets to be hidden on that post. Similar with this post http://www.stallion-theme.com/google-plus-project-seo-value all multi widgets (widgets that can be added multiple times) can be hidden on any posts/pages you select with Stallion.
Anyway, will have a list of the colour links up soon to replace the old colour switcher.
Update: The links have been added to the home page.
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