The Tumblr Theme Directory (prev. theme gods) is a network/group for tumblr theme makers. If you need a theme, use this website! They are all sort-able by features and styles. You can sort by theme makers or themes! Bookmark or favorite the Tumblr Theme Directory on your browser so you can find it later!
Paste this code underneath the <style type=“text/css”> tag
Paste this code under the <body> tag, wherever you want the viewer to appear
The highlighted area indicates the arrows. Arrow resources: x, x or google search “arrow buttons” Basically: [‘image source’, margin left, margin top]
The second part of coding is all up to you as far as appearance goes.
In the final code, please use only one option. The most popular in my experience is A, as it is simple. If you choose B make sure you have included all necessary codes.
Hopefully this is easy to understand. Just wanted to make a quick tutorial because I’ve yet to see one and it seems like a really helpful resource to theme makers. If you have any questions / feedback / advice feel free to message me.
I made this post to facilitate when you change your theme. In this post you will find great theme makers. Always remember: you can’t use a theme as a base, you can’t repost as your own, you can’t remove the credits and always give the like if you use the theme or even if you like the theme. I’ll try to update this post every month. Check out the tumblrs where you can find good themes:
minqyv's masterpost of resources & brilliant theme makers
lol so in my boredom i decided to make a masterpost for people who are searching for blogs where they could find cool textures & PSDs, helpful tutorials and cool themes. I made this because i felt bad for not being able to edit something sobs SEVENTEEN BABIES PLS DEBUT ALREADY ; A ;
for those graphic makers or people who just want to find a good theme, I hope this post helps you out! c:
CSSViewer - Absolute must have. Hover over anything and you get basically every detail you’d need including sizes, padding, margins, positioning, colours, and borders.
WhatFont - Love this extension. Hover or click over any text for font family, size, line height, colour and font preview.
Color Picker + Palette - These are mostly helpful if I’m working to a colour scheme but I also use them to simply identify nice title or link colours.
TEST + CAPTURE YOUR THEME
Resolution Test + Mobile Tester - I often see theme makers fretting over a theme not fitting correctly on someone else’s screen. These are just really simple tests to ensure you never have that problem.