WordPress Theme Releases for 02/13




Hybrid child theme that offers news-type functionality that features a configurable slider and address (with microformats).



Two-column with a right sidebar, compatible with WordPress version 2.8 upwards, with threaded and paged comments. 3 styles of pastel shades to choose from – blue-green, green-brown and purple-gray as default… You can also replace the header completely with your own image.



Two column theme designed for easy integration with Twitter.

Brave Zeenat

Brave Zeenat

A portfolio & blog theme with sliding content on homepage and support for widgets and category and service page templates



Theme has three sidebars a 120px, 300px (Adsense) Sidebar and a Sidebar at the Bottom under the Postings, and Widget Support. There is an Option Page to populate the Footer. Supports localisation.




  1. Miroslav Glavic (27 comments.) says:

    TweetPress is a clear violation of Twitter’s copyrights.

  2. Frank Lucas says:


  3. Saksham Talwar (3 comments.) says:

    Tweetpress is like a Twitter clone! Although its quite good looking, I don’t understand the motive behind that theme! I don’t think its a good one for blogs!

  4. Jaypee (20 comments.) says:

    The URL for the Brave Zeenat theme has an extrac “c” –, which should be

  5. Frank Lucas says:


  6. Frank Lucas says:

    Wait just a minute! What!? Holy shinoly, that tweetpress theme is just the one I’ve been looking for. I’m going to get it for my blog right now.

  7. Charlie Coppinger (4 comments.) says:

    Miroslav, surely you can understand that if someone wanted to central there blog around micro-blogging and intergrate it heavily with Twitter, it would be perfect for them? Seems clever to me, but hey, thats just my opinion!

  8. Andrew@BloggingGuide (63 comments.) says:

    Brave Zeenat theme really looks interesting. Thanks again for these wonderful collection of wordpress themes.

  9. Maurycy Zarzycki (1 comments.) says:

    Intrepid and GreenishBlue are my favorites here. If only the latter wasn’t so cluttered it would be the only one :).

  10. Miroslav Glavic (27 comments.) says:

    Charlie Coppinger – The author did not get permission from Twitter to copy their looks. Why are you excusing the theft of a design?

  11. Charlie (4 comments.) says:

    Oh my, I think I aimed that comment at someone else Miroslav. Im not being funny, but if I recall reading this article and posting, then I think my comment was aimed at someone who said they ‘didnt understand the point of the (Twitter) theme’. I agree with you, there has been an obvious breach of copyright, although I will not be one to point fingers. I do apologies, my bad!

  12. Miroslav Glavic (27 comments.) says:

    Charlie, don’t worry be happy.

    I aim to discuss things, I see Facebook clones as well (I only searched twitter and Facebook). I am sure other copyrighted cloned looks are there too.

    I am not the one who will stay quiet when I see things like this.
    If the author didn’t know better than he can learn a lesson.

  13. Nemanja Mijatovic says:

    I agree with Miroslav. :)

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