Theme Tumblr Like a Pro

Theme Tumblr Like a Pro

by Jeffrey Way

Includes PDF, theme source files and screencasts.

In Theme Tumblr Like a Pro, Nettuts+ editor Jeffrey Way will teach you everything you need to start making powerful Tumblr themes while maintaining the platform's core principle: simplicity.

Tumblr's ease of use and streamlined approach has made it one of the web's fastest growing blog platforms.

This book includes a completed Tumblr theme and all the asset files you need to build your own version of the theme as you progress through the book.

As an added bonus, we've included a series of screencasts by Jeffrey Way himself! The screencasts take you through the theme development process outlined in the book, all the way from start to end.

By the time you finish this book, you'll be a Tumblr master! 

"Jeffery Way makes Tumblr theme development laughably easy with this book. I dare to say that this book is the WordPress codex of Tumblr, is an in-depth Tumblr documentation. Whether you're an advanced Tumblr theme developer or just a beginner you'll find this book incredibly useful."
Ivor Padilla - ThemeForest author

"Theme Tumblr Like a Pro is really a must have for anyone looking to jump right into the Tumblr platform. Having taught myself the Tumblr platform before reading this book, I can honestly say Jeffrey did a fantastic job of covering the varied facets of Tumblr Theme Development. It is detailed, well written, and extremely easy to follow! If you plan to build for Tumblr, you need this book."
Doug Neiner - jQuery Team Member

About the author

Jeffrey Way

´╗┐Jeffrey Way is a developer evangelist and instructor who works for Envato.

When not managing one of the most popular web development blogs in the world, Nettuts+, or creating courses for Tuts+ Premium, he enjoys playing with cutting edge web technologies, and finding new ways to teach complicated subjects and concepts, so that anyone can understand.

He is also the author of several Rockable Press books, and can typically be found scanning Twitter when he should really be getting back to work.