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Kubrick by Michael

Michael finishes the Kubrick theme for WordPress, goes beyond just a style. Be like Mike with your blog. Where are the screenshots? Just like other enviroments there seem to be a few style leaders in the WordPress ecosystem and you can clearly see their influence in a lot of blogs.

10 replies on “Kubrick by Michael”

I’m with Kartooner. Kubrick is such a nice clean design, in constrast with the default design that current ships with WP, which, sad to say, is dubpar. 🙂
Kubrick shows off WP very nicely, and it looks like a good starting point, althought I haven’t mucked about with it enough to know for sure.

If the default CSS is going to change, I’d certainly appreciate some notice ?

I’m about 25% through revamping the guide I have, and changing the default will render my work redundant. I’d certainly do a similar guide for any replacement – unless one is being done elsewhere – but having some notice ahead of a change would help me get something together and save the forums a flood of questions about how people alter the CSS to how they want. No matter how good it does look, people will always want to fiddle 🙂

Kubrick, I think I love you
I was reading Matt’s blog this morning and noticed that he linked to a new template for WordPress. Intrigued, I checked it out and liked the look. I was becoming disenchanted with the old design (a vast change from my enthusiasm two months ago). I …

[…] I was reading Matt’s blog this morning and noticed that he linked to a new template for WordPress. Intrigued, I checked it out and liked the look. I was becoming disenchanted with the old design (a vast change from my enthusiasm two months ago). I downloaded the zip file, carefully read the instructions and went about integrating this new design, named Kubrick, into this blog. Since I don’t have the blog installed on the document root there were some changes that needed to be made to eliminate the 404 errors but I think I have everything fixed now. […]

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