Chef Ryan

Cajun Chef Ryan

Feeling & sharing a world of cooking ~ more than your average Cajun


New WordPress Theme

August 25th, 2008 · 1 Comment

You may have noticed that I have updated the Cajun Chef Ryan site with a new theme which has a very unique look and feel. It is the Cutline Theme for WordPress and it has a professional air to it that I like, especially the new added 3-column template and format.

There were a few reasons for the update, the major one being the ability to have a 3-column template that allows the Food Buzz badge and tower ad placement on the left side and above the fold of the page. I also like the functionality of the template and the header image rotation placement, I have been using this same theme for my Piedmont Division model railroad website for about a year now.

So one of the current projects I am still working on is creating some header images, they have to be formatted to 970 pixels wide, but can range in height, but I like to keep them to no higher than 300 pixels. Here are a few of them that I really like, and they are shown here at a reduced size for a better fit in the blog posting.

 This is the only image that I kept from the Cutline template:

Cafe du Monde in the French Market in New Orleans, Louisiana

Crawfish Bisque at the Boyer’s House

Boiled Crawfish and a Beer

The Tipsy Gourmet Label

Cajun Spice Mix Jars

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  • 1 Dave // Sep 17, 2008 at 12:04 pm

    I always liked your header images, even if you do call Coors Light “beer.” =)