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Category Archives: Themes

Peaxl, a new marketplace for Parent & Child WordPress themes

If you were looking for something new, and wanted to play with parent and child themes in WordPress, you will be happy to know that a new player has arrived in the WordPress themes market: Peaxl is a Swiss-based team composed of 3 web-designers, and they have chosen to approach the WordPress theme selling market […]

Wp Paintbrush, a free WordPress Frontend Editor

If you are looking for an easy way to create themes on the fly, without touching any code, you might want to try this new WordPress theme, WP Paintbrush. Changes colors, fonts, structure within a few clicks and with a drag an drop interface, add a sidebar, all of this is possible thanks to this […]

Xtreme One, a new WordPress theme framework

Starting today, the guys behind WPengineer blog are launching their own WordPress framework, Xtreme one. Yet another theme framework, will you say. And this one will cost you $79,95. That’s enough to make me wonder if this is worth it. This video answers a few questions: The framework seems to include powerful features, and be […]

AskIt, another way to use your favourite CMS

For those of you who still doubted that WordPress was a true CMS, and not just a blogging platform, here is another proof: Elegant themes, the now weel-known cheap WordPress theme marketplace, released a new theme based on a simple idea: you ask questions, your readers can reply. This Yahoo answers-like theme allows users to […]

Introducing Ecommerce Plex, a new WP marketplace

Templatic has been a good source for WordPress themes in the past year, and has grown as a respected marketplace in the community. Today, they get bigger and announce a new fork of their company, dedicated to e-commerce. And to support them in the development of their themes, they introduced Tung Do, aka Small Potato, […]

Theme Finder: browse WordPress themes easily

WpCandy introduced a nice new project yesterday: a list of themes displayed visually for you to browse and choose without having to google and search through hundreds of websites. A great idea, worth having a look! Introducing Theme Finder: find WordPress themes visually | WPCandy.

Useful tool for all WordPress coders: the CSS Parser

The WordPress CSS coding standards request that CSS used in themes and plugins comply to a specific format. By entering your CSS into the form and clicking the “Format CSS” button, you can have it automagically converted to match most of the WordPress coding standards format. A great tool that everyone should use before to […]

Turn WordPress Into a Ticketing System

Leland introduces us with a new WordPress theme, taking advantage of the custom post types introduced with WordPress 3.0, in order to turn your install into a fully functionning ticketing system. I am personnally really curious to try this out. Combine it with a plugin like Subscribe2 to send out email for every ticket update, […]

Geolocalisation WordPress themes emerge

We have seen more and more new kinds of WordPress themes lately, as original as the imagination of the developers was. But for a few months, and with the development of services like Foursquare and Facebook places, teams like Woothemes and now Templatic have starting working on geolocation-based WordPress themes. And today comes a new […]