Wordpress Themes

We’ve taken the liberty in collecting all professional wp theme designers and their themes – All in one place. And while the list to the right only represent a fraction of all practising WordPress crafters out there, we advice you to start with these if you’re looking for a theme, and willing to pay for it. These are premium designers, which yes means that they charge for usage but also can afford to build some really awesome themes.

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14 Free WordPress Magazine Themes 2010


Great design and usability most often come with a price tag. There are exceptions though. In efforts to build a strong brand most people and companies realize that one needs to contribute to the community. Therefore, it is perfectly possible to set up a professionally looking premium stylee blog, portal och generic kind of website in no time. If your... 

WordPress Template Hierarchy Explained


This post attempts to give anyone wanting to learn the basics of WordPress a good start. In order to be able to successfully use the full potential of WordPress as a Content Management System it is essential to understand how to create a file structure for posts, pages, categories, tags, taxonomies of other kinds and more. Home home.php index.php Single... 

Using WordPress as a Content Management System (CMS)


For websites that use WordPress as a CMS there are good reasons to carefully craft a solid site structure with easy to grasp hierarchies. Depending on the nature of the site there are different routes to go by when choosing a strategy for your template structure. If your site is a blog with only a few static pages then you will likely not need to... 

14 Beautiful & Free WordPress 3.0 Ready Themes


Since WordPress’ thirteenth major release ‘Thelonious’ was presented to the world a coupled of weeks ago the community has been hard at work. Plugins have to be updated and themes made compatible. We’ve had a look around and completed a short list of some great free WordPress themes that have successfully made the leap to WordPress...