Categories Asides Magazine Theme Post author By Matt Post date February 27, 2009 23 Comments on Magazine Theme Check out “Magazeen”: Free Magazine-Look WordPress Theme. Even better: it’s GPL. Share this:Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Related Tags Themes, WordPress ← Denver Dinner → WordCamp Denver 23 replies on “Magazine Theme” Looks cool Matt. WP is certainly a better blogging platform than blogger. I tried migrating to WP from Blogger a few weeks ago but all the links died. Would probably migrate after the next page rank update. I downloaded this yesterday, and now I just need more content to fill it up like the beautiful theme it is! I’m drooling. And the magazine theme bandwagon rolls on! It was the search for this theme style that brought me to WordPress last year (that and the hostility of Movable Type 4). I used a number of quality themes – Graph Paper Press’ Gridline, Arun Kale’s The Morning After, Brian Gardner’s Revolution News – until I realized that I was personally done with affecting a magazine for my own blog, and so went to a more traditional style with a variation on Chris Pearson’s Thesis. (I am still using a couple of Gardner’s magazine themes for other projects, though.) Magazeen does look nice. I expect to see blogs with that theme popping up like dandelions over the Web. it’s an awsome theme indeed, but the only thing they forgot is a powered by link back to wordpress.org that theme is really amazing! thank you! Good! Thanks for the link 😉 Matt advertising a theme!!!! This is far than true. Do tell me I am dreaming. Matt, the theme is absolutely wonderful. Alas, my blog does not fit the bill. But, thanks for sharing. Thanks for sharing Matt! Thanks Matt for your share That is a very nice theme! I would like to see it added to WordPress.com. Their has be a huge request for a magazine type theme & this theme would catch the WordPress.com community by surprise. 🙂 Wow, glad to see you loved our theme. It means a lot. Certainly won’t be our last. Cheers Matt. waiting for the international version (no .po file) … now this is really cool one.. would find a place to use it.. great thing indeed… Thanks for the good fine. Smooth looking! Lance Great artwork. Thank you very much Very interesting Thanks for drawing our attention to this one, Matt! This awesome design. Thanks you, and WordPress team. Congratz SmashingMagazine and Function. (y) I can remember a time when Brian Gardner was creating some themes based on the distinctive look of a number of popular websites. Duct Tape Marketing and Michel Fortin were among the sites that Brian worked with, taking their proprietary designs, and creating a theme that could then be used by others. The Copyblogger theme was along the same lines. Chris Pearson took the custom theme he worked on for Brian, and made one that everyone could use. In those cases, the themes were judged as being some kind of paid theme. Now you are celebrating that Smashing Magazine is doing something similar? Not sure whether this code will appear in the comment, will wrap it in pre Brought to you By: http://www.SmashingMagazine.com In Partner with: http://www.WeFunction.com There isn’t a nofollow, I don’t have access to bank statements, but it just looks like a sponsored theme to me. WordPress just added nofollows into that code, which didn’t display correctly anyway Another great resources, thank you for share Matt Historien om gardiner. Her er informationerne om gardiner. Gardiner har en store betydning for vores dagligdag. Hvor meget kender vi til gardiner som vi dagligt bruger. Vi bliv nysgerrig over udvikling af historien om gardiner i tidernes l Comments are closed.