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Give Your WordPress.com Blog a Unique Design

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WordPress.com users are limited to about a hundred styles and no way to modify them except a few simple options, a variety of widgets, and the Custom CSS upgrade.

Those of you with WordPress theme design and modification experience may find the lack of being able to edit the template files to be quite limiting, but nothing could be further from the truth.

If you’re a WordPress.com user seeking to produce your own unique design, look no further than this collection for some of the best Custom CSS blogs on WordPress.com.

Some of the blogs in this collection used the Sandbox theme (practically a blank slate) to build their unique design using nothing but their own CSS, but some have used their Custom CSS upgrade to build extensively on top of existing fully designed themes.

Do you use custom CSS on your WordPress.com blog? ┬áIf so, we’d love to see it!

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  1. ghosti (1 comments.) says:

    Prsonally, I only do a little modification of CSS file:)

  2. Sean Brady (3 comments.) says:

    I think the best way to go with a wordpress blog is css design. I’m going to setup a wordpress blog here shortly. Does anyone know how to switch over from blogspot, easily?

  3. Nurul Azis (16 comments.) says:

    I do not really into CSS, but whenever I want tochange something I just googling for a certain blog design feature I need only.

  4. Carol (1 comments.) says:

    It’s a very good idea. Initially I thought that only themes for your WordPress blog on your own domain can modified, they have very useful tools to do that. It’s nice to know that the same can be done for sites on WordPress.com domain.



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