February 2008

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Is Options another "cookie-cutter" magazine theme?

One of the things I’ve wanted to address is whether the Options theme is just another magazine theme. This theme isn’t meant to be only a magazine theme but a theme for anyone. Did I promote it as a magazine theme? Certainly, at least on the demo page. Magazine-styled themes … Continue reading →

Options WordPress Theme

The Options theme has a new home! Check it out at ThemeHybrid.com! Description: Too many options to count. Download Features I’m not even sure where to begin when I type “features” because it would be a daunting task to type them all out. Here’s some things you can play around … Continue reading →

New "super theme" on the way

If you’ve been wondering what I’ve been up to lately — like not keeping on a regular blogging schedule — then you should know that I’ve been hard at work on a new WordPress theme. I present to you the Options Theme. Here’s a live demo. What you see there … Continue reading →

Project Community Theme: Design

It’s time for round 2 of the Project Community Theme — the theme where you create the design and I code it. And this time, we’ll discuss design. Put your designer-thinking caps on and get ready to discuss how you want this thing to look. Thus far, I’ve gotten a … Continue reading →

New forums for my site

I finally decided to create a message board for this site, which I’ll mostly use for WordPress theme support. Right now, it’s entirely experimental, and I want to know what you think. Check out the forums. After a lot of nagging from users of the Structure theme and finally getting … Continue reading →

Even Simpler WordPress Contact Form

Are you tired of all the “bells and whistles” of most WordPress contact forms? Are you exhausted from modifying CSS for hours just to get a contact plugin to display with your theme? Try out the Simpler Contact Form for WordPress. This solution was based off my original Simple WordPress … Continue reading →