How to End The Dead-Level of WordPress Themes
Everyone’s sharing everything these days, and that’s great. There are two ways of sharing: blogs and. This article is about blogs, so do you have something to share?
Start your own blog and make it a good source of additional or primary income. But let’s get down to business without wasting your time.
So, you need a blog, what’s next?
- use WordPress as a platform (alternative from the ’90s: just code CMS for yourself!
- choose a WordPress theme design (but good and unique one, not just any design.
… aaaand here are these nice, simple and juicy themes to make your day.
“Night of the Harvest” WordPress Theme
A WordPress theme created with the help of illustrations by Vladstudio to get your website ready for Halloween.
“Serenity” WordPress Theme
The second WordPress theme created with the help of illustrations by Vladstudio. Nice and cute one which creates the effect of childish serenity.
“The 2muchwires” WordPress Theme
Simple and flexible WordPress theme created with the help of illustrations by Divine Elemente team with jQuery slider.
“IPhone4 Apps” WordPress Theme
Are you an iPhone fan? If so, you will like this one for sure. Bright and convenient one created with the help of illustrations by Divine Elemente team.
All the materials provided above include the well layered PSD templates based on the high-quality illustrations created by professional illustrators, and also the ready-made WordPress themes.
Dare To Make Such Themes (and even better)
You know, that you can create your own themes with the help of the things you have on your PC? And make them even more awesome than these four themes. How?
Secret #1: Your Unique Theme Instead Of “Conveyor Belt”
- Pick up an illustration or a photo – something that inspires you;
- Place the inspiration source in Photoshop and start creating;
- Don’t worry about the code – the recipe is in the Secret #2.
Secret #2: Don’t Code. Save Your Time
Automate routine tasks. Don’t code themes manually – use, a PSD to WordPress* theme converter, which generates clean code and always W3C valid. It’s fun, it’s easy, it’s fast has elegant dark interface (each designer likes dark interfaces).
* – Photoshop 32-bit plugin for Windows.
Good times, just as we got creating these themes 🙂
Guest blog by: Sergey Frolovich, the head of customer support department of Divine Elemente (PSD to WordPress software), and I also write the articles about web developing and web design tips. Twitter: @DivineTeam Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/groups/164195453635977/