How to Design WordPress Theme Headers with Flash and more using Artisteer 3 Part 8 – Introductory video to Artisteer 3 (currently in beta and changing quickly). Brett Bumeter of Softduit Media walks through the basic methodology of designing WordPress 3 Themes with Artisteer 3. Video describes how to design custom headers, for fixed width or fluid width wordpress themes using Artisteer theme design software. For more Intermediate or advanced training tips please consider subscribing to this channel or check out For more information on Artisteer or if you want to download the free trial and work along with the examples http

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5 Responses to How to Design WordPress Theme Headers with Flash and more using Artisteer 3

  1. bmw328igrly March 2, 2011 at 7:43 pm #

    How do you solve the vertical menu problem? I made a nice vertical menu that doesn’t seem to appear when I upload it to my blog. Any suggestion on how to fix that?

  2. djphatb March 7, 2011 at 10:42 am #

    you have to ad a virtual menu widget in WP

  3. Aprilrain98 December 5, 2011 at 4:46 pm #

    Great tutorial!! I’m so new to WordPress and am the website leader for my church. How do I connect Artisteer to my WordPress website or vice-versa?!

  4. brettbum December 5, 2011 at 8:49 pm #

    @Aprilrain98 Artisteer is desktop (computer installed) software that creates a WordPress theme (typically in a folder on your computer or in a zipped folder on your computer) and then you can login to wordpress, go to Appearance>Themes> Click add new theme and upload the zipped file from your computer. Then you can preview or even activate the theme in wordpress. 🙂

  5. krispy42008 March 15, 2012 at 11:45 pm #


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