Coda by WooThemes
Headway is a great framework that allows non-designers the chance to make an attractive looking website very easily. With a built-in Visual Editor, and a friendly and very helpful support community, Headway is shaping up to be a very tough competitor in the Framework world. Headway also has top notch search engine optimization, custom css/php options for developers, and a configuration panel that makes creating a website a snap.
Next-generation WordPress Theme, gives you all the power and flexibility you need to get the job done.
Powerful, flexible, easy to configure, very little coding required.
Clean type drive layout – support for Google Analytics, Custom Fonts and twitter feeds.
The all new default theme for WordPress. TwentyTen brings in new Menu’s, background and Image headers and other great new features.
This theme, inspired by vintage Indian batiks and tapestries, exudes grace and sophistication. 6 color palettes are available so you can choose the one to fit your mood, office or season. Built into the theme are our normal treasure trove of customized social networking icons, automagic Twitter hovercards for @usernames and configurable tweet displays, and social bookmarking options on posts. The theme is optimized for readability and includes built-in WordPress post thumbnails, custom nav menu and widgetized sidebar and footer.
Twenty Ten Weaver allows you to tweak almost everything. You can change colors, fonts, sidebar columns, header size, and more. This theme also includes several new theme looks for an easy start. Just for example, this site is running on WordPress 3 and uses the “WP Weaver” sub-theme as its own theme.
The Standard Theme is in no way basic or ordinary. It is a theme that tries to set an industry standard for content-centric sites and blogs by claiming to be the best-coded WordPress theme ever. This theme is SEO-optimized and has a quick load time, and with plenty of space for ad zones and has Google Analytics integrated into it.
WordPress 3.0 came out with a new default theme: Twenty Ten. The theme is compared to Kubrick an improvement, but still has mostly the same accessibility issues as its forerunner, e.g. not enough contrast in colors, few improvements for keyboard users and you get no real information about user’s location within a web page.
This is where Accessible 1.0 get’s into: a child theme for the default theme Twenty Ten to get the parent theme more accessible. You get all functionality of Twenty Ten plus accessible features of the child theme. That’s a nice deal. :)