If you’re interested in a base/starter theme for building your own custom WordPress themes, check out Hybrid Base. It’s also useful for learning how the Hybrid Core framework works. ∞
In the past week, three Theme Hybrid members have contributed awesome free (and responsive) themes back to the site: Shell, Spine, and Satu. ∞
I released a new portfolio plugin and theme on Theme Hybrid today. Check them out. I’m also using a custom version of the theme here on this site now. ∞
Three Theme Hybrid members have each released a $free theme built from my Hybrid Core framework over the past month: Cakifo, Path, and Uridimmu. ∞
I’m currently testing out the My Life theme here on my blog. If you’re a member of Theme Hybrid, you can grab a beta copy of it from the Theme Hybrid forums to play around with it before release. ∞
DevPress just launched a new photoblogging and social networking theme called Visual. The theme was built off the awesome Hybrid Core theme framework. ∞
Should the Kirby theme be the new default WordPress theme? I’m giving it a test run here on my blog, and I have a few thoughts.
I have updated five of my WordPress plugins and the Hybrid theme along with its child themes. It’s time to update.
I created a WordPress theme framework for quite a few reasons. In this post, I’ll try to address my reasoning behind it and the benefits to both developers and end users.
After four months of hard work, I’ve finally released my Hybrid WordPress theme framework. It’s one of the most powerful WP themes in existence.