TwentyTenFive theme

Readers shouldn’t notice too much of a change as I switched from the TwentyTen default theme for WordPress 3.x to the TwentyTenFive theme by Richard Shepard. It was originally developed as this article for Smashing Magazine, and then took on a life of its own. The theme is available for download and modification from GitHub.com. I was pleased to be able to contribute a minor fix (a really tiny fix, consisting of two dots and a slash, but in the right place). Hope to contribute more as I learn more about WordPress internals.

One Response to TwentyTenFive theme

  1. OMGTestingLOL March 11, 2011 at 2:34 pm #

    You do realize that no one can comment on your blog because you have disabled the ability for commenters to register, don’t you? What a bozo.

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