2016 finds us deprecating 6 of our older themes, to make way for the new ones. Some more popular than others, but all treated equally by us and serving our customers with our top-notch support as usual, it’s time for them to go. Read More
It’s always hard breaking the news; we’re discontinuing a few more themes.
In fact, it took me longer to write the line above, that it would take me to write an autobiography. In a sense, these themes are part of our biography as they led the way from a two-person side project to a four-person full-time passion.
Wow, look at that! We’ve managed to expand our product catalogue from 4 themes when we started, to 70 themes in just a few short years.
Time moves forward however, and even WordPress themes show their age at some point.
So, it’s time to discontinue two of our themes, PlusMag (a magazine theme) and Photographia (a photoblog theme) and give way to new, more exciting themes.
We’ve been really busy over the last couple of months. Besides releasing some really great themes that our members already love, we pushed some major improvements to most of our themes and our awesome little theme options panel. Let’s see some of the most important ones.
We might have been a bit quiet lately, but the world of WordPress is constantly evolving and we work hard to keep everything up to date, as well as providing more features and new themes. You may already know that a brand new version of WordPress is due (v3.8), and we are double-checking that our themes will work flawlessly.
Speaking of features, setting up multilingual installations is one of those things that our members seem to be doing quite often. We’ve built internationalization support into our themes since day one, by properly wrapping all text instances into gettext functions and providing the appropriate files. However, translating a theme and having a multilingual website, is a whole different story as WordPress can’t handle multilingual websites natively.