WordPress Themes

Here are some WordPress themes that I’ve designed. For those who don’t know what is WordPress, it is a free open source blog and CMS tool that allows you to build beautiful websites like this one.

Also, don’t forget to check out my premium themes at Themify. The themes come with a framework and numbers of custom widgets. With the framework, you can customizing everything from setting to CSS styling without any coding skills.

  • Koi Theme

    Koi Theme

    This theme has been converted to Themify. Please head over to the new Koi theme page to download.

  • Notepad
    Tested on WordPress 2.9+

    Notepad

    Inspired by the iPhone’s Notes.app, the Notepad is a modern WordPress theme with a subtle touch of the sketchy effect. Key features include: multi-level dropdown menus, social media buttons, threaded & paged comments, and widget support. It has been tested on WordPress 2.9 with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and IE7+.

  • iTheme
    Tested on WordPress 2.2+

    iTheme

    iTheme is a WordPress theme that is designed for the Mac lovers with a truly customizable sidebar. As an administrator, you can customize your sidebar’s contents without modifying the source code using WordPress widgets (no programming required). As a visitor, you can rearrange the sidebar by drag & drop or you can collapse the box to hide it. Newer version is available here: iTheme2

  • GlossyBlue
    Tested on WordPress 2.2+

    GlossyBlue

    High-tech, glossy Mac style, validated CSS and XHTML, Web 2.0 colors… perfect WordPress theme for your technology-related blog. This theme contains all required template files: index or category view, search & results, comments, 404 error, single view, and static page template. Also, print.css file is included to make sure that your page still looks nice on print out.

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