Of course, the Thesis documentation is absolutely rock solid, and has gotten a big boost recently with the addition of Derek Halpern to the Thesis team as well as the talents of a certain girlie . You’ll find detailed documentation for every Thesis hook and filter along with a growing list of specific how-to’s based around commonly used design elements. Again, being around for two years longer is a big advantage when it comes to things like documentation, but you definitely have to be impressed by the docs that Thesis offers.
The word “might” should never appear in your thesis. Be direct and clear about the point you want to make, and don’t hedge or soften your statement. If you don’t feel strongly enough about your argument to put it in a declarative sentence, you should choose another paper topic. Aim for strong language that makes your support for your thesis entirely clear. Whether you’re establishing cause and effect, advocating for a solution, or interpreting something, you need to be your argument’s number one fan, and that relies on you using clear and definitive language.
Do you recommend WishList Member over Digital Access Pass? I’m torn between the two. I have a Thesis site and am relatively comfortable with technology, but I want something that’s easy to install and manage. Right now I’m using Paypal, so DAP seems like a good solution because of the integrated shopping cart and more flexible drip content (I will like need the drip feature). I’d also like to add a members-only forum – does that make a difference in terms of which one I should choose? Also, I want to keep my current site as is but add a few pages that will be members only (all the other pages will be public and free). Your insights/thoughts are appreciated. Thanks!