A Minor Announcement

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I’ve decided to turn my current design into a distributable theme for WordPress. It’ll be available over the weekend after I clean up some of the rough edges. Here are some of the things you can look forward to in the release of Effercio Blue 1.0:

  • Support for WordPress Tags (a new feature in WordPress 2.3)
  • Support for Dynamic Sidebar and Widgets
  • Custom Link and Archive Page Styles
  • and more?

If there’s interest in it, I might make some colored variations of it… Leave a comment if you’d like to be notified of it’s release.

16 thoughts on “A Minor Announcement

  1. What–are you kidding me? This is awesome… I’m going to be the first. Thanks for taking my request seriously… I’m waaaay stoked!

    I can’t wait for my WP blog, http://www.christhis.com to be updated with this design. It needs HELP! Email me when you have it released… I’ll be happy to be the first to test it out!

  2. What–are you kidding me? This is awesome… I’m going to be the first. Thanks for taking my request seriously… I’m waaaay stoked!

    I can’t wait for my WP blog, http://www.christhis.com to be updated with this design. It needs HELP! Email me when you have it released… I’ll be happy to be the first to test it out!

  3. Looks great!

    In the navigation, the home link is set to “/” . This works fine for most cases, but when I installed the theme in a directory other than root (i.e. openswitch.org/wordpress) the “/” took me back to openswitch.org instead of the home page of the wordpress install. Most people install in root so this likely will cause few problems. But for those that do install in a sub directory this might cause issues. Perhaps changing “/” to ?php bloginfo(‘url’); ?

  4. Looks great!

    In the navigation, the home link is set to “/” . This works fine for most cases, but when I installed the theme in a directory other than root (i.e. openswitch.org/wordpress) the “/” took me back to openswitch.org instead of the home page of the wordpress install. Most people install in root so this likely will cause few problems. But for those that do install in a sub directory this might cause issues. Perhaps changing “/” to <?php bloginfo(‘url’); ?>

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