WordPress Theme Releases For 4/22


One Column Themes

Cranky Hemingway


A one column theme based on the Hemingway theme. This theme also sports a extended sidebar in the footer area to display additional content.

Two Column Themes



Libertine is a minimalistic theme specifically made for WordPress 2.5. It contains support for Gravtar, new image classes and more.

WP Bats


WP Bats is a two column, fixed-width, widget ready theme. The theme comes build in with page links navigation.



Grayplicity is a two column widget ready theme. The theme comes with a CSS file that is compressed and used by the site so if you try editing the style.css and nothing changes please make changes in the header to use style.css.

Codescheme Blue


Codescheme Blue is a fixed-width, 2 column widget ready theme. The pages have a horizontal tab menu, using the CSS ‘sliding-doors’ method and are generated automatically.

Three Column Themes



Thoughtlog is a 3 column theme that features a Springtime header. The theme is widget ready and contains two headers one with text and one without it.




  1. Myo Kyaw Htun (8 comments.) says:

    Thanks much, Keith.

  2. Edgar Pina (1 comments.) says:

    Great themes… keep up the good work.

  3. Guy Vestal (2 comments.) says:

    I know this is probably not the place to ask a question. But I am so curious. “Can someone who knows zero about php learn to work with WP & plugins, & themes without having to go to college?” Has anyone been successful trying? I have ideas but no way to implement them. :-(

  4. Tadd (89 comments.) says:

    Cranky and Codescheme are my two favs in this bunch. Thoughtlog is pretty decent too – though only so so. I like how it feels like it could be really easy to customize and play with.

  5. Doc says:

    i was lured to wordpress under the impression i was going to be enjoying making a ufo site to post, i gave all the information they ask for, now i can’t log in. i’m humiliated and frustrated. I have wasted an entire morning. Gees i’m pissed, i got to go vent

  6. Pastor Guy Vestal (1 comments.) says:

    @ Doc… Have you considered getting your own TLD? WP is really a super easy install, and it fly’s like an eagle! I know little to no code, but WP makes it quite easy to maintain, and do some things with for the beginner. :-)

  7. Sam Jones (2 comments.) says:

    I really like the first two, Cranky Hemingway and Libertine. Thanks for these.

  8. Jeff Chandler (295 comments.) says:

    CodeScheme wins my vote for being the best looking theme in this roundup. Can’t wait to see a group of free themes that blow us out of our seats.

  9. GSJ says:

    Can you tell me plugin name used display message “Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:”?


  10. Dawn (1 comments.) says:

    @Guy I like to think that I’ve done ok without going to college to learn programming. Decide for yourself and, both based on existing themes, but highly customized.

    I find the best way to learn was to have a theme you like and edit it, see what happens when you change this or that. Good luck!

    I really liked thoughtlog, I agree, it looks easily customizable and it’s a bit girlie lol I generally love Teresa’s themes.

  11. Throx (7 comments.) says:

    Thanks for sharing, i like the Codescheme Blue


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