Divine Proportion in your Theme • WordPress Help

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<p> In case you did not know, the <strong> divine proportion </strong> or <strong> golden ratio </strong> is an aesthetic convention that throughout history artists and designers have followed, conscious or not of it, to obtain aesthetic proportions that people recognize without knowing very well how to reach them, but perceive them. <br /><span id=

This is an algebraic number that has many interesting properties and was discovered in antiquity, not as a "unit" but as a ratio or proportion.This proportion is found in some geometrical figures as in nature in elements such as shells, ribs of the leaves of some trees, the thickness of the branches, etc. ((Ref: Wikipedia )). It is usually represented as the Greek letter φ (fi) and its mathematical formula would be the following …

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<p> The interesting thing of <strong> aureus number </strong><strong> divine proportion </strong> or <strong> irrational number </strong> (it is called in many ways) can be applied equally to the themes of your blog, and that is what they have analyzed <a href= in NetTuts studying the proportions of the contents of Each part of a theme can draw conclusions on how to apply the golden ratio to your template.

Some examples would be these:

1. Let's say that the width of your content is 900 pixels, if you divide it between the golden ratio (1.62) will give you the ratio that the post zone and the sidebar should have: 555 and 345 pixels respectively

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<p> <strong> 2 . </strong> Or, for example, if you want to know the divine proportion of a banner of 300 pixels wide, only dividing it by 1.62 you will know that it should be 185 pixels high, it leaves the standard of 300 × 250 but what if we change it and it works? </p>
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<p> Well, I just found the article interesting and I wanted to share it, not in vain is it It's a very funny topic and it has brought students of all ages crazy, and if you look closely, the structure of most of the WordPress templates follows a very approximate proportion to this convention, did you notice? </p>
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