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WordPress Theme Releases for 11/25

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Annotum Base is an open-source, open-process, open-access scholarly authoring and publishing platform.

NomNom is a Twenty Eleven child theme which makes things easy to get your site looking the way you want with just the click of a button.

Quill is designed with genealogy sites in mind, but would suit a wide variety of topics including art, history, writing, literature, etc.

zeeStyle is a flexible and colorful theme with a unique and professional design.

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  1. Babs Powers (13 comments.) says:

    Yah know, I have an old copy of MS Publisher on my computer. Perhaps I should use it to create a bunch of themes so that I, too can look like I’m a theme designer.

    Just saying.

    Props to the designer of NomNom, even though I was expecting to see Domo. :) It’d be nice to see some more responsive themes but until then NomNom will give me the chance to class up Twenty Eleven a bit.

  2. Christine Blythe (6 comments.) says:

    Why do some people have to be so petty? There is room for all types and tastes. Some themes cater to the corporate sites and others cater to everyday, mom and pop bloggers. If you see something designed and offered ‘FOR FREE’ you don’t like, just move on.

    Snide comments are unproductive and help no one.

  3. Martin (1 comments.) says:

    Nice themes. Im particularly interested in the Quill theme as Im planing on doing an Irish history blog site.

    Are these themes optimized for the search engines?



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