Frugal isn’t your typical WordPress Theme. It’s not just a cookie-cutter template to slap on the face of your site. Frugal is more of a design platform. It gives you the power and flexibility to create a site that’s uniquely yours. With over 600 custom options at your fingertips, what you can create using Frugal is only limited by imagination.
AP Museum zine is a unique magazine-style WordPress theme suite with 3 distinct skins, custom font calls, social networking integration, full advertising integration, a total of 9 interchangeable background wallpapers, and widgetized sidebar and footer boxes. It’s Dynamic Content Gallery-ready, meaning that if you install and set up Studiograsshopper’s DCG plugin, the code is already built-in to integrate it into the site with notes in the backend for optimal DCG width. zine now has font controls, allowing you to choose what fonts you want to use for the text of the site, or, optionally, customize or turn off the custom fonts embedded in the 3 skins. AP Museum zine is named for the underground fanzine movement of the 90s and early 2000s, and takes its grunge style from the handmade, xeroxed ‘zines that defined the ‘zine scene.
StartBox is a great theme framework for WordPress. It comes with an incredibly easy-to-use, modular settings page. For users, this means a quick and painless setup for your website, for theme authors this means an incredible new level of control for your themes.
ChildThemes for ClassiPress, the most popular and widely used classified ads software for WordPress.
Using an array of semi-neutral colors, this theme exhibits rich manila and art paper textures with details you could reach out and touch. It has a rich, distinguished approach displaying ripe berry accent colors and a smooth finish.
This theme is an ideal match for a wide range of website needs. It will go well with business or personal sites. It also lends itself to showing off treasured photographs, with its subtle but inviting presence. Paper is thick with widgets for all purposes and comes with two stylesheets dressed to kill, paying rapt attention to detail and aesthetics.
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. :)
lightScape is another highly customizable theme that comes with 14 built in styles. lightScape can be used as business, blog or portfolio theme. It will allow you to set up static front page with featured posts slider and static page content, and you can use slider on any other template.
Footer can be part of the content area, or can be stuck at the bottom, full width. Top header is added to allow for another menu and some additional elements like search box or social network icons. Content background can be transparent or opaque, and there are few more special effects you can turn on or off.
As all the other themes, this one fully validates for both XHTML and CSS 2.1. It’s fast to load compared to similar themes from other developers and easy to customize thanks to our xScape Framework control panels.
This framework’s code is completely free and open source. You can use it for creating publicly-downloadable themes, client work, or even a commercial theme business.