This theme has been commissioned by Smashing Magazine and designed by Esther Maleika Attawel. It provides a friendly, comfortable environment for personal reflection. It comes in two flavors: HTML 4.01 and HTML 5. Both German and English versions are included in the download package.
Skeptical system is flexible: you can “Related posts” completely beside the latest news on the home page or via a sidebar widget-based. You can also use your Flickr stream for the footer and the present three outstanding contributions to a day you report the parameters.
Graphite, built from the ground Medialoot with HTML5 and CSS3 comes with the position of portfolio types, two alternative cursors homepage and integrated image in administrative settings.
Pongsari, a simple and clean theme, has been using the 3 + TwentyTen WordPress default theme as a framework. It comes with support for thumbnail + 3 WordPress and custom menu functions.
Copperific features a stylish slider of the highlights of your portfolio. It has a built-in button to allow Twitter and Facebook on job-sharing. For monetization, it has four 125 × 125 banner ads that are integrated into the rear end of the system. It has its own menu, drop-down filter automatic thumbnail size, a widget for popular posts, and more.
Gray is generic enough to be used for almost any kind of blog. Whether it’s a blog about design, photography, fashion or any other passion, the issue should gray suit your needs. It is built on a simple model, but with many subtle touches of details and textures.
Neonsential brings an elegant and grungy look to your blog. The cursor highlights fantasy home, presented their contributions. It is WordPress 3.0 compatible and supports a robust framework for rapid implementation of your website.
As the name(Birthday) implies, was built as a birthday celebration and a thank you to WordPress. This is a classic styling theme, with several layout options and a customizable “Thank you, WordPress” banner in the header.
Blogs and Personal Themes
Reviewed by Marty McFly on Feb 13 2012