Head on over to the brand spanking new support for modification and customization tips for all Graph Paper Press themes. I will soon be posting tutorials in the, you got it, tutorials category in the forums.
Graph Paper Press just released a new magazine theme called Berlin to the Wordpress community. It builds off of a few of my previous theme designs and includes a couple additional features, the coolest of which is a dynamic, ajax-enriched main feature section. Take a peek!
I’ll keep this one simple: What do you look for in a magazine-style theme design? Thus far, I’ve released four themes, three of which are specifically targeted at start-up news/magazine sites. Based on the demand, I’d think it’s fair to say that we are making things that you like. Tubular blogs always seemed boring to me, which is one of the reasons that GPP puts all this effort into magazine themes.
CSS Frameworks have freed me from the headaches involved with the many repetitive tasks involved with developing Wordpress themes. Generally speaking, CSS frameworks break down your stylesheets into components, which can be reused across projects. Here are few of resources that I use when building my sites.
Graph Paper Press is a repository for Wordpress themes created by new media artist Thad Allender. Graph Paper Press pedals sophisticated modular designs that can transform your blog from a tubular list of posts into an aesthetically-pleasing news magazine website. Want proof? Check out our themes. If you have a specific request, please get in touch.