Here’s a theme that’s great for any dog or pet site – Pug Time!
This solid WP theme is widget-ready, Adsense-ready, 3 columns, and supports gravatars. Retro, vintage, art deco look with blue, brown, white, and more colors.
Graphics 100% unique.
Here’s a theme that’s great for any dog or pet site – Pug Time! This solid WP theme is widget-ready, Adsense-ready, 3 columns, and supports gravatars. Retro, vintage, art deco look with blue, brown, white, …
This original retro tiki WP theme is unique and colorful! With a cool mid century modern feel, it’s vibrant, cute, and stylish at the same time. It’s Adsense-ready, supports gravatars, widget-ready, clean, and has a vintage …
Looking for a theme for the holidays? I’ve just put together a new, snowy Christmas WP theme with white, touches of red, and blue featuring a sweet little winter bird. It’s widget-ready, supports gravatars, and Adsense-ready. …
Here’s a new coffee WP theme sporting sweet browns & blues: Coffee Time. Widget-ready, supports gravatars, Adsense-ready, 3-columns, retro, brown, white, blue. DEMO | DOWNLOAD
I’ve put together a new clean WP theme that’s great for food & drink sites like wine sites and restaurant sites, but general enough to work on a personal blog or a garden blog too …
I’ve put together a new clean WP theme that’s great for food & drink sites like wine sites and restaurant sites, but general enough to work on a personal blog or a garden blog too – On the Vine:
It’s widget-ready, Adsense-ready, 3-columns, and has a custom header and supports gravatars.
Comes in shades of green, white, and burgundy.
I’ve created a new whimsical WordPress theme: Flower Power.
It’s 3-column, widget-ready, Adsense ready, and supports gravatars. Colors: silver, pink, white, brown.
As with all of the themes on this site, this cute, flowery WP theme is free to use – I only ask that you keep the footer links active.
I’ve put together another Halloween theme just in time for autumn – Halloween Town.
As with all of our themes, this WordPress theme is SEO-friendlier than most themes available because it shows the titles of each particular page as the first thing on the page (at the top). This also serves as a handy guide to readers.
It is Adsense-ready, widget-ready, campatible with WP 2.6, and 2-column. Blue, orange, white, clean.
Installing a WordPress theme can be quite easy once you have the right tools in place. First, you need to have WordPress installed on your site. Sometimes hosting sites make this easy by offering pushbutton WordPress installations. For instance, if you have a cpanel with your hosting company, you will typically find a link to “Fantastico.” Click on the Fantastico link, then click on WordPress and it will give you the instructions for installing it on your site.
To install a WP theme, you really need to have an FTP program. My favorite FTP program and the one I’ll be demonstrating with there, is SmartFTP.
Log into your FTP with your site’s IP adress, username, and password, and then on the remote host side (your web host) click on the folder where WordPress is installed. This should open your WordPress folder, then click on the “wp-content” folder, and then click on the “themes” folder.
On the local side (the files on your computer) of your FTP program, click on the folder containing your WordPress theme, and move the entire folder into the themes folder on the remote host side. Note: some themes have nested folders, so you may have to open up one or two to get to the folder that needs to be moved over. The folder that contains the files and the image directory (for most themes) is that one that needs to be moved.
Once the theme has been transferred, log in to your dashboard by going to [yourWordPresssite]/wp-admin. Once logged in, click on Appearance > Themes to select a new theme.
And voila! You should be set with your new look!