Flexible Customizable WordPress Themes

If you are not confident adapting WordPress themes but cannot quite find one that is ideal, you may like to consider using a a free flexible and customizable theme; where changes are made via an admin dashboard theme interface. There is no need for you to touch the code at all, with theme options built into the admin area. Some of these type of themes are also ideal if you want to easily take advantage of the capabilities of WordPress to create something a little different, do not want to go all the way with a magazine type theme, or want to use your site for more than just a blog.

Here are a selection of such free WP themes. They vary in the amount of customization available; all are widget ready. Another advantage of all of these themes is that there is more help available. The theme designers have gone the extra mile to provide you with with help pages, forums, tutorials or wikis.

Dkret2

- An adaptable theme with its own options in the admin/presentation area for choosing which stylesheet to use – either one of the included styles (or if you are feeling adventurous one you have created or modified yourself.

Dkret2 adaptable wordpress theme

  • A dashboard theme page for making adjustments
  • Up to five Sidebars including 3 “footer” sidebars.
  • Choose from one of the supplied style schemes or add your own without the need for editing the base them files.
  • Includes Guestbook Events and Todo templates. and the ability to have no Sidebar,
  • Uses AJAX for comments and has a built in AJAX comment preview

Download from WordPress.org
Documentation
Forum
Making Schemes Video

Mandigo

A customizable theme from onehertz which among other features allows you to choose from 7 color schemes and determine the placement of sidebars.

Wordpress theme Mandigo

  • Dashboard Themes Option page for easy customization
  • 38 languages .
  • Two widths 800×600 screen resolution or 1024 pixels.
  • One or two columns, right or left side selected selected from the Theme Options page
  • Per page or random header images
  • 7 Color Schemes – blue, red, green, pink, purple, orange & teal.
  • Schemes can be selected from the Theme Options page, or switched randomly by enabling the random scheme feature

Download from WordPress.org
Wiki

Royale

Another customizable theme from onehertz with layout and color options and an unusual feature of changing link colors.

Wordpress Theme Royale

  • A fluid-width layout
  • Two or three-column
  • 3 column layout – side by side or right/left sidebars
  • Choose the accents (link) color from a 360-color palette or make colors cycle automatically, which means that the color of links will change smoothly as your visitors read your blog.
  • Translated into thirty-eight languages.

If you do not like the black background color this is reasonably easy to change.

Download – WordPress.org
Theme Homepage

onehertz also has a customizable theme based on Nintendo’s Mario Bros although you could change the background image to your liking – smw theme

Starscape

This theme has a large range of customization options and the creator MillaN has added more and more features over time. StarscapeII in the pipeline.

Wordpress Themee Starscape

  • Theme Control Panel
  • Inbuilt ready to use themes of different colors.
  • Customize header logo and background
  • Control the rendering of menus and sidebars,
  • Sidebar customization – left and right or just one -
  • Sidebar width options
  • A footer ’sidebar’ for 3, 4 or 5 widgets.
  • Icon customization
  • Date Button for Posts and Pages
  • plus even more features

WP theme Starscape Options
Theme Control Panel

WP theme Starscape colors
A selection of the built in styles

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Theme Homepage
Tutorials

Tarski

by Ben Eastaugh and Chris Sternal-Johnson.

This theme comes with different styles and layouts and a choice of stock header images.

Wordpress theme Tarski

  • Tarski comes with a choice of several stock header images but you may prefer to add your own.
  • You can choose from with three alternate styles, which tweak the theme’s colours slightly or add your own custom style.
  • There are a number of different sidebar options

Theme Homepage
Download – WordPress.org
Documentation and Help
Forum

Ikarus

Finally one with over 2,000 options configurable from your admin dashboard area. Here is but one example of the layout and colors available.

Wordpress theme Ikarus

  • Theme options page and help page in admin
  • Live theme preview in admin area
  • 4 homepage layouts to choose from, Blog, Magazine, List or Magazine List
  • Content Gallery (on or off) Slideshow or static header image with link
  • Featured Sidebar post (on or off)
  • Many sidebar features built in without the need for additional plugins – popular content rating, recent posts, comments and feedback, tagcloud, Social bookmark tools
  • 6 125×125, 1 header 468×60, 1 footer 468×60 banners all managed from theme admin area
  • 10 color variations to choose from for header bar, widgets, post titles, links and footer
  • 3 Columns, Widgets 2 columns
  • CSS multi-level drop down page menus across header
  • MooTabs slider box
  • Featured YouTube Video post
  • Custom typography styles
  • and more …,..

Download - WordPress.org
Homepage and Demo

I have created a list on diigo for this type of theme and will add to the list and this post as I find more of interest. I will be continuing with this series of posts to bring you details of unusual themes, niche themes; free and premium.

Please let me know if you use any of these themes or know of more themes that allow for easy customization.

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I am Sue Bride, a Professional Blogger, Web Developer and Internet Marketer from the Mornington Peninsula, Australia. Here I talk about tools and resources for Blogging, Social Media, Networking, Wordpress, SEO, Images and Marketing. I create Wordpress sites for charity and small business.
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151 Comments

  1. Posted October 25, 2008 at | Permalink

    Wow, 2000 options on that last one? That’s almost TOO much!

  2. Posted October 25, 2008 at | Permalink

    Ben did a great job on Tarski, I’m really impressed with both the theme and the options he’s integrated.

    • Posted October 26, 2008 at | Permalink

      You have some good themes of your own!

      Christopher is in the midst of publishing 5 free search engine optimized WP themes.

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  3. Posted October 26, 2008 at | Permalink

    Certainly no good if you have trouble making your mind up :-) This is such a versatile theme though.

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    • Posted June 7, 2009 at | Permalink

      WordPress is the greatest thing since sliced bread. Why would you construct a website yourself from scratch when you have hundreds of WP themes to choose from on any niche?

  4. Posted October 26, 2008 at | Permalink

    I like Royale theme because of it’s color :D

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  5. Posted October 27, 2008 at | Permalink

    Excellent analysis, well documented post, Sue – as usual. I am missing from the list Justin’s Options though. I consider it the best of the flexible themes. The name says it all: it has “too many options” Check it out. :)

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    • Posted October 31, 2008 at | Permalink

      Options is indeed a flexible theme with new child templates being regularly added (free and club themes) I did not include it here because it is mainly magazine style. I am going to cover those in a future post :razz:

      Sueblimelys last blog post..Flexible Customizable WordPress Themes

  6. Posted October 28, 2008 at | Permalink

    That’s a great list. Another theme that is customizable, which I have used on a few blogs for over a year with great success, is the Cutline theme at http://cutline.tubetorial.com/. It’s a nice white theme, you can rotate your own photos, and the theme is well documented with the intention of allowing people to easily customize it. I have no relation to Cutline, except for being a happy user.

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  7. Posted October 28, 2008 at | Permalink

    Tarski is an outstanding theme.

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  8. Posted October 30, 2008 at | Permalink

    For me Royale theme is the best of all themes.

  9. Posted October 30, 2008 at | Permalink

    great list of themes thanks for sharing :lol:

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  10. Posted October 31, 2008 at | Permalink

    I like the Ikarus theme. Thanks for this post! I think it is very well organized and well made!

  11. Posted November 1, 2008 at | Permalink

    Hey, very cool – the Ikarus theme is really cool. I’ll be downloading it shortly.

  12. Posted November 2, 2008 at | Permalink

    i like royal theme. i love black. :wink:

  13. Posted November 2, 2008 at | Permalink

    i love the themes….nice

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  14. Posted November 2, 2008 at | Permalink

    These themes are fantastic – I’m the perfect target user for a theme like this. Competent enough to find my way around an admin panel, but uncomfortable getting under the hood with code. Thanks for the round up.

  15. Posted November 3, 2008 at | Permalink

    i love this list. the only issue is that these themes are going to be used by hundreds of people. if you want to establish your presence in the internet you need something unique that reflect your personality. anyway thanks for this list. it is a nice start for beginners

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    • Posted November 12, 2008 at | Permalink

      Unique is good but if you are unable to code yourself and cannot afford to buy custom themes then the flexibility in these can be useful. Many long term bloggers use ready made free themes.

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  16. Posted November 3, 2008 at | Permalink

    What do you think of magazine themes? SOmetimes its hard because you have to custom build so many images it takes longer to post I think.

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    • Posted November 4, 2008 at | Permalink

      The magazine themes are great for certain types of blogs but they have to have the type of content that goes well with the theme. These tend to be those with only a handful of well defined categories. They can be confusing to navigate otherwise and I think too many bloggers are using them when they are better off with a traditional layout.

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  17. Posted November 4, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great post.

    However, the trouble with customizing some of these themes is it would take a lot of work to get rid of the unwanted graphic elements. For example, Starcape has graphic elements that people may not want, but removing them can require some HTML work, which many bloggers can’t do themselves.

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    • Posted November 4, 2008 at | Permalink

      You are right, Aaron, but some of these themes do give you various options for graphics and make it easier to edit the theme via admin panels. Starscape has a few different designs – if you cannot edit a theme yourself you would have to like one of these.

      Sueblimelys last blog post..Flexible Customizable WordPress Themes

      • Posted November 4, 2008 at | Permalink

        I didn’t realize themes had evolved so much to be this customizable via the admin panel. That can be a huge help for non-programmer bloggers. Slick!

  18. Posted November 5, 2008 at | Permalink

    With all these extra elements will it slow down the loading time for the page at all?

  19. Posted November 5, 2008 at | Permalink

    That’s insane that Ikarus has 2000 options, that in itself gets my vote because of the amount of customization that can be done….Mike

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  20. Posted November 6, 2008 at | Permalink

    Ikarus is my favorite. I use it for one of my blog

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  21. Posted November 6, 2008 at | Permalink

    I like the themes very nice, good job keep on like that the best is royal

  22. Posted November 7, 2008 at | Permalink

    i like royal themes, thank’s guys :wink:

  23. Posted November 7, 2008 at | Permalink

    Thanks for the list! I’m going to try Ikarus on my next project.

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  24. Posted November 7, 2008 at | Permalink

    Vote for Ikarus :smile:

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  25. Posted November 8, 2008 at | Permalink

    Sometime I really don’t like dynamic customizable wordpress, I have one install previously, the performance to load is terrible.

    If the designer is not a good programmer, they will use multiple database connection just to retrieve simple attribute, imagine how many database connection it need just to create a dynamic css file.

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    • Posted November 12, 2008 at | Permalink

      Thank you for this – I will take back what I said earlier about them not increasing page load time. Some of those with fewer options will just use a different CSS stylesheet rather than dynamic ones I should imagine, which would not cause a slow down.

      It is worth testing a theme out first before committing to it.

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  26. Posted November 9, 2008 at | Permalink

    Yeah, I was having trouble with my FTP client—it wouldn’t create new directories. I’ve got the new version uploaded, but my problem now is that the Post Editor won’t switch to the VISUAL option, it’s stuck in the HTML viewer. Any ideas?

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  27. Posted November 9, 2008 at | Permalink

    Wow, I cant stop playing with Ikarus theme. You can do whatever you want with it and set a unique look. It totally dominates the collection here.

  28. Posted November 11, 2008 at | Permalink

    Users of these themes can keep in mind that a theme can be easily customized by changing the header image. For example, replace the cow with your business logo, your name, your photo, or some other image. That makes a standard theme have a whole new look.

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  29. Posted November 11, 2008 at | Permalink

    I like Ikarus theme. It is very fun to use. Keep posting.

  30. Posted November 11, 2008 at | Permalink

    I really like the first one Dkret2. it’s simple and clean just the way I like ‘em. Thanks again.

  31. Posted November 11, 2008 at | Permalink

    The colors in Ikarus are perfect. Those are probably my favorite colors in combination. Thanks

  32. Posted November 11, 2008 at | Permalink

    I really like the Ikarus theme and like daniel said; the colours work perfectly together to produce a very tight, very stylish theme.

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  33. Posted November 12, 2008 at | Permalink

    I love Ikarus too especially the styles and colors. It is also easy to use.

  34. Posted November 12, 2008 at | Permalink

    You have motivated me to install Ikarus and have a play with it – on a testing site rather than this blog though. I have plans to develop my own theme for this blog – plans I have had for over a year now!

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  35. Posted November 13, 2008 at | Permalink

    Sounds good. The most impressive ones are ‘Mandigo’ and ‘Ikarus’. The last one is ideal for the money-making blogs

    Thanks for sharing and keep up ghe blogging work :)

  36. Posted November 14, 2008 at | Permalink

    These are all really unique individually, and extremely customizable . . . very handy! I am going to jump on the Ikarus bandwagon, and may actually consider it for the use in my next blog . . . great additions to the blogging community! :wink:

  37. Posted November 15, 2008 at | Permalink

    Great resource! Thanks for the links, I’ll be sure to forward this article on to my friends who are looking for some easily customizable WP themes. Thanks for putting all that time into this post. I’m a big fan of Tarski myself.

    Thanks again!

  38. Posted November 18, 2008 at | Permalink

    Ikarus is an amazing theme, I had a play with it a little while back and I was blown away by the effort that the developer has gone to. Great stuff.

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  39. Posted November 21, 2008 at | Permalink

    very good list theme wp, I like Royale. I will try using in my new blog in http://womenrecipe.com thanks :mrgreen:

  40. Posted November 26, 2008 at | Permalink

    I have been playing around with the Mandigo theme. The ability to customize its colors and appearance is very cool. I haven’t seen this ability to customize on any other WordPress theme.

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  41. Posted November 27, 2008 at | Permalink

    Ikarus theme. It’s nice/ I like it! :smile:

  42. Posted November 30, 2008 at | Permalink

    I like these themes. Not only do they look good, but they are easy to change, which is in my opinion more important than looking good. I will give one a try on one of my blogs.

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  43. Posted December 1, 2008 at | Permalink

    As I wrote before, I’m using Ikarus on my new project now. It’s quite cool, although I modified it a little bit.

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  44. Posted December 2, 2008 at | Permalink

    I like Royale theme much better because of its color. Anyway thanks for the great share.

  45. Posted December 4, 2008 at | Permalink

    great theme recommendation, thanks

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  46. Posted January 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    Ikarus is the best one imo :D

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  47. Posted January 29, 2009 at | Permalink

    I think there is several excelent templates for WordPress. Please also consider that it´s very easy to make own templates since the blogging system is a perfect system.

  48. Posted January 29, 2009 at | Permalink

    Excellent analysis, purely documented post, Sue – being usual. I am lost from the inventory Justin’s Options though. I understand
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  49. Posted February 28, 2009 at | Permalink

    Hey buddy thanks for sharing these wordpress themes . I have also started one blog and I was looking for some cool animal themes . Soon I will few themes in my collection too and may be you will get links too .

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  50. Posted March 10, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks, this is a great article. I am already subscribed to your rss, do post more on body building! :D

  51. Posted March 11, 2009 at | Permalink

    Very nice information. Thanks for this.

  52. Posted March 31, 2009 at | Permalink

    :grin: Sounds like pretty….and I would like to share..Replacing Existing Template Images..replacing or personalising existing images, particularly header images is the easiest first step.In the Kubrick based default template which I used the images relating to the design are kept in a separate folder within the theme directory. So finding and opening them up to edit them is a simple matter. All you have to remeber is that by keeping them dimensioned the same as they are already will ensure they still fit in with the existing CSS……thanks.

  53. Posted April 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    Yes, those are very comfortable and great theme. Thanks for the info

  54. Posted April 13, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great list of WP Themes. These are really beautiful! I’m looking forward to the additional valuable information here.

  55. Posted April 14, 2009 at | Permalink

    thanks for the info. i’m testing out ikarus and am very impressed with all of the options to customize it from the admin panel

  56. Posted April 14, 2009 at | Permalink

    thanks! realy nice themes but i prefer news premium themes!with video plugin, and auto resizers and auto picture posting!))

  57. Posted April 15, 2009 at | Permalink

    nice themes, maybe I will apply it is later.

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  58. Posted April 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    wow, So true! It’s great to be able to learn from your blogs and laugh while doing so! Thanks for the tips.

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  59. Posted May 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    These are some great themes here. I wonder if you would ever plan to do a list of Adsense ready WordPress themes?

  60. Posted May 16, 2009 at | Permalink

    hi, i have downlaoded a wordpress theme but how do i upload it to my wordpress blog?

  61. Posted May 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    thank you, Ikarus, I love it..

  62. Posted June 4, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for this wonderful themes. I have downloaded two of them. Those were just brilliant. COngrats.

  63. Posted June 9, 2009 at | Permalink

    I have tried a lot of themes, and struggle to customize them to my liking, thanks for these ideas.

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  64. Posted June 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    I think there is several excelent templates for WordPress, and AJAX comment preview is very cool for save time loading page

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  65. Posted June 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    yeah, the templates looking good. my favourite is the one with the cow.

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  66. Posted June 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    I find that most wordpress themes look the same. These themes however give wordpress it’s own unique touch.

  67. Posted June 30, 2009 at | Permalink

    These are good themes looking simply different.

  68. Posted July 2, 2009 at | Permalink

    Good wordpress themes. I like Mandigo themes. Thanks for good themes.

  69. Stefan
    Posted July 7, 2009 at | Permalink

    I am surprised the atahualpa theme isn’t mentioned. it’s an excellent theme, highly customizable and amazing support for it

  70. Posted July 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    I like the themes very nice, good job keep on like that the best is royal

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  71. Posted July 20, 2009 at | Permalink

    Very nice and useful themes indeed!
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  72. Posted July 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great find. Are these seo-friendly too?
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  73. Posted August 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    thank for wp theme that is very nice

  74. Posted August 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    these are some awesome wp themes. Thanks for sharing this, great job.

  75. bnta1
    Posted August 6, 2009 at | Permalink

    these are some awesome wp themes. Thanks for sharing this, great job ???

  76. Posted August 18, 2009 at | Permalink

    Customizable is the key, I have had some themes that have made me want to pull my hair our. Thanks for the list.
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  77. Posted August 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    Wow customization is great! Especially for those that don’t know a single thing about coding!

    Till then,

    Jean

  78. Posted August 25, 2009 at | Permalink

    I have just come across this site and its really great, interesting with great content. Its amazing how themes can make a huge difference.

    Used tires I have to agree with you on that one.:)

  79. Posted August 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    Good wordpress themes. I like Ikarus theme. Thanks.

  80. John Mish
    Posted August 29, 2009 at | Permalink

    Have been playing around with the Mandigo theme. The ability to customize its colors and appearance is very cool. I haven’t seen this ability to customize on any other WordPress theme.
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  81. Posted August 30, 2009 at | Permalink

    If you know a bit of coding then even the stock Kubrick theme can be easily manipulated.

    The theme on my blog was originally Kubrick (default) but customized to within an inch of it’s life :)
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  82. Posted September 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    These are some great themes thanks Sue.
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  83. Posted September 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    There are many great themes! Thanks a lot for the collection!

  84. Posted September 5, 2009 at | Permalink

    hanks for sharing, It’s very useful for everyone who interests.

  85. Posted September 8, 2009 at | Permalink

    hanks for sharing

  86. Posted September 8, 2009 at | Permalink

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  87. Posted September 8, 2009 at | Permalink

    There are many great

  88. Posted September 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great WP Theme ;)

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  89. Posted September 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    Themes are so much better when they are customizable and easy to navigate at doing so.

  90. Posted September 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    thank youu

  91. Posted September 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    thank youuu

  92. Posted September 22, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great WP Theme

  93. Posted September 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    Vote for Mandigo. It is an elegant theme!
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  94. Posted September 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    I vote for Tarski because it has clear background.
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  95. Posted September 26, 2009 at | Permalink

    I used Mandigo, on my first blog. If your new to blogging, like I was at the time, then you’re going to love this theme.

    The layout and design is pretty basic really, but this is also its quality. If your after a blog that’s not to fancy and lets the content do the talking. But more importantly, its super easy to use… then you might want to take a look at Mandigo. It’s super easy to manage, your only restriction is your imagination.

    The developers don’t even ask for money to use it, but you can give donations, which I might add they truly deserve.

  96. Posted September 27, 2009 at | Permalink

    It was so well written that it literally flowed off my tongue as I read it aloud to my friend.
    Well said Captain. Thanks for your efforts.

    • Posted October 28, 2009 at | Permalink

      I use Mandigo on a couple of my blogs and I really like it, having said that I have always preferred dark themes. Does anyone know of any other good dark wordpress themes, I’d love it if Thesis came in black.
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  97. Posted September 30, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great themes!
    Thanks for sharing!
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  98. Posted October 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    Most of people do not understand coding.

  99. Posted October 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    The Mandigo theme is one of the nicer ones in my opinion. Nice colors.

  100. Posted October 11, 2009 at | Permalink

    Mandigo is very nice.

  101. Posted October 18, 2009 at | Permalink

    thank you for royale. ? like black themes

  102. Posted October 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks for these WordPress themes, I started my new blog and was looking out for good themes and found some real cool ones on WordPress site and at the moment I am using ‘Swift’ theme, it’s good as well but thanks a ton for sharing them, I may need them in the future so will bookmark this post.

    Mark Hostetler

  103. Posted October 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    I use Mandigo on a couple of my blogs and I really like it, having said that I have always preferred dark themes. Does anyone know of any other good dark wordpress themes, I’d love it if Thesis came in black.

  104. Posted October 23, 2009 at | Permalink

    Great article thanks for posting.

  105. Posted October 24, 2009 at | Permalink

    great article.
    wordpress is nice cms, it can modified very easy including themes, plugin.

  106. Posted November 1, 2009 at | Permalink

    I use Mandigo on a couple of my blogs and I really like it, having said that I have always preferred dark themes. Does anyone know of any other good dark wordpress themes, I’d love it if Thesis came in black

  107. Posted November 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    i love this list. the only issue is that these themes are going to be used by hundreds of people. if you want to establish your presence in the internet you need something unique that reflect your personality. anyway thanks for this list.

  108. Posted November 3, 2009 at | Permalink

    Good post..I use Firefox..in my blogg…and I am happy.In my other job we use wordpress..and I do enjoy working with the software…Your artical gives a open minded view on the software..and its uses…I like that..Thanks..

  109. Posted November 4, 2009 at | Permalink

    I have been a new starter in Affiliate Program, hope I can take this as a good starter tips.

    Blogging is very new to my senses when it comes to marketing my site, these tips could really help me. Keep on blogging!
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  110. Posted November 7, 2009 at | Permalink

    i love this list. the only issue is that these themes are going to be used by hundreds of people. if you want to establish your presence in the internet you need something unique that reflect your personality. anyway thanks for this list.

  111. Posted November 13, 2009 at | Permalink

    very nice theme.
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  112. Posted November 13, 2009 at | Permalink

    what a phreak…

  113. Posted November 13, 2009 at | Permalink

    and why would u put ???? ???? as your name?

  114. Posted November 18, 2009 at | Permalink

    hey.. thank for the info on the theme.. I love themes and Wp.. it make it sooo much easier to get your content online!

  115. Posted November 19, 2009 at | Permalink

    These are some great WordPress themes Sue, great for customization.
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  116. Posted November 20, 2009 at | Permalink

    Very interesting artical .Best wishes !

  117. Posted November 30, 2009 at | Permalink

    Very nice themes, i will surely try them on my wordpress blog soon.

  118. Posted December 4, 2009 at | Permalink

    very nice informations thanks. laptop

  119. Posted December 6, 2009 at | Permalink

    I am very excited for this docs

  120. Posted December 7, 2009 at | Permalink

    I’m really very useful to follow a long-time see this as a blog here Thank you for your valuable information.

  121. Posted December 7, 2009 at | Permalink

    i like royal themes, thank’s guys
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  122. Posted December 11, 2009 at | Permalink

    i like royal theme. i love black. :wink:

  123. Posted December 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    Mandigo theme I think very good …

  124. Posted December 12, 2009 at | Permalink

    I love the royale theme, I think it is probably one of my favorites.
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  125. Posted December 14, 2009 at | Permalink

    woow…nice collection, simple but great looking…I wanna download one, thanks
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  126. Posted December 15, 2009 at | Permalink

    Thanks, great post

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    Posted December 15, 2009 at | Permalink

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  128. Posted December 16, 2009 at | Permalink

    I have been reading your blog for a while and it is great. Keep up good work.

  129. Posted December 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    i like royal theme. thank you

  130. Posted December 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    Tarski is an outstanding theme.

  131. Posted December 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    Mandigo is very nice.

  132. Posted December 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    I like the themes very nice, good job keep on like that the best is royal…

  133. Posted December 17, 2009 at | Permalink

    love this list. the only issue is that these themes are going to be used by hundreds of people. if you want to establish your presence in the internet you need something unique that reflect your personality. anyway thanks for this list.

  134. Posted December 18, 2009 at | Permalink

    i love to download starscappe and ikarus.
    Thx for your post.
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  135. Posted December 21, 2009 at | Permalink

    This list is very nice. I personally prefer the Mandigo Theme. Its options, usability and everything around that are wonderful!
    Great work done!
    Best regards
    Tobi

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