DotCom Themes have just released version 1.5 of their ‘misra-c’ theme, a responsive, clean, and modern WordPress theme that was inspired by the design of the blog Misra C. The theme includes numerous options to help you customize your blog, including the ability for you to add your own logo, colors and fonts. The theme also has a built-in slider, social media icons, and much more. If you are looking for a simple WordPress theme but with lots of features then this is a great choice – check out the demo site here.
We have also introduced some new features on Theme It today to make it easier for people to find themes that they like:
We now show a preview of each theme on the search results page
You can now sort the search results by rating (number of stars) or date added
The ‘more themes’ link on a theme page now shows more themes from the same developer/site as well as other themes from Theme It
Finally we would like to thank everyone who has supported Theme It and provided feedback on how we can improve the site. This is our first major update since we launched in May 2012 and there will be much more to come!
Introducing dotCom Themes Version 1.5
About a month ago I wrote about the new themes that would be available in the next release of dotCom, and today I’d like to introduce them.
There are four new themes: two variations with different colors on the same theme, and two entirely new themes. Each one comes in two versions: with and without ads. All eight themes are now available in the Themes section of your Dashboard. (To learn how to change your theme, see this FAQ.)
Two of the themes are graphically richer than previous themes, so they might take a little longer to load. But we think you’ll find this an acceptable tradeoff for their beauty.
The 8 New Themes
We are happy to announce the launch of our latest themes collection : dotCom Themes Version 1.5.
The new theme set is completely redesigned from scratch and features a new theme framework, which will make it easier for us to release future updates in a shorter time frame.
Version 1.5 includes 8 themes:
freshy 2 (updated)
freshy 3 (updated)
dotCom Themes have recently released their version 1.5 of their Blogger and WordPress themes.
Up until now, there were only a few paid Blogger and WordPress theme providers available on the web, but dotCom Themes has made a name for themselves by providing quality themes at very affordable prices.
I’m really pleased to announce the release of version 1.5 of my dotCom Themes! These new themes might look a bit like the old ones, but they are actually completely different, and I hope you’ll find them an improvement on the old themes in almost every way.
The most obvious change is that these new themes are all W3C compliant and XHTML 1.0 Transitional. They also feature full CSS based design, so there’s absolutely no tables used for layout whatsoever. In fact, I’ve removed nearly all the old cruft that was in the old templates, and started from scratch. So if you have any customisations of your own to make, it might be a good time to start again – especially if you were having trouble with the old designs not validating.
I’ve also done my best to incorporate some of the feedback people have been giving me recently on both this blog and in private emails.
DotCom Themes is known for their high quality and affordable WordPress themes. The company has recently released new free and premium WordPress themes.
DotCom Themes is a company that has been around for over two years. With over 30,000 customers, it has become one of the biggest WordPress theme developer companies on the internet. Today, I’m going to introduce DotCom Themes’ latest themes and why they’re so popular.
DotCom Themes has recently released 10 new WordPress themes. Some of the themes are completely free while others are premium paid themes. Dan Morgan, the founder of DotCom Themes says they have been working hard on making their products better than ever before.
Here’s a list of all 10 new WordPress themes:
Redoable Lite (free)
Version 1.5 works with all of the newer browsers and is valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional. For those of you who want to know more about the “techy” stuff, I’ve included all validator icons on the site. Of course, it will degrade nicely in older browsers.