Tag Archives: Theme

WordPress Theme of the Month: Notepad Chaos

This month’s featured WordPress theme is Notepad Chaos by Smashing Magazine.

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WordPress Theme of the Month: Night Transition

This month’s featured, and free, WordPress theme is Night Transition by Web Kreation.

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WordPress Theme of the Month: StudioPress

This month’s featured WordPress theme is StudioPress by DailyBlogTips.com. Note: Though the original blue coloration is shown here, there are three aditional color schemes available.

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WordPress Theme of the Month: DarkZen

June 2008’s featured WordPress theme is DarkZen, by Daily Blog Tips.

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Web Resources Depot Admin Template

Web Resources Depot has released a free Admin Template for use in web apps. It’s a three-column design with a row of tabs, for navigation, along the top. With some modifications, it would work well for a web application, if you were developing one.

Personally, I would use the design during development, and swap it out with a unique theme when all the coding work is done. But if you’re trying to put together a web app, and you don’t have any design know-how, and don’t want to hire a designer, you could conceivably use this. I’d just recommend customizing it a bit, so it doesn’t look like you have the exact same template as someone else.

Admin Template

You can view a live demo of the template, and download it here.

WordPress Theme of the Month: Simple

It’s May 2008, and this month’s featured WordPress theme is Simple. A live demo is available.

Simple

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WordPress Theme of the Month: Lemon Twist

This month’s WordPress Theme of the Month is Lemon Twist by FarFromFearless.

Lemon Twist WordPress Theme

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31 Professional WordPress Themes

If you’re serious about blogging, and are trying to run a quality blog on a specific topic, you need a good design. Ideally, you want to have a unique design, built by a designer, though you can get away with a pre-made theme if you’re on a budget, or if you want to wait until the blog can pay for the design.

If you’re not ready to hire a designer, you can use a freely available WordPress theme, or a premium theme. Premium themes are pre-made templates for WordPress, which, though they are not free, cost much less than hiring a designer to make a unique theme.

Once you’ve picked-out a good theme, make it your own. Put your logo in the header, tweak the colors a little, and whatnot. Customize it so it matches your site’s personality.

Now that the introduction is out of the way, let’s get to the fun part. Following are a few WordPress themes that, in my opinion, are professional and well-done.

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WordPress Theme of the Month: Illacrimo

It’s February 2008, and this month’s featured WordPress theme is Illacrimo.

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WordPress Theme of the Month: Visionary 1.1

Visionary is this month’s highlighted WordPress theme.

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