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Photoblog Theme has been updated!

Written by Dumitru Brinzan on 10 comments

Photoblog is an unique portfolio theme for Photographers, Graphic Designers, Architects, etc. With an intuitive layout and a fully widgetized sidebar, it offers the flexibility required in modern blogs.

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The Impulse Your Website Needs

Written by Dumitru Brinzan on 9 comments

IMPULSE is the newest theme released here on WPZOOM, developed mostly for portfolios, showcases, galleries, photoblogs, personal sites, as well as for any other topic. IMPULSE Theme comes in 3 beautiful color schemes: Blue, Dark, Silver and offers some great features, such as: a beautiful jQuery Slider; custom fonts for headers; dynamic thumbnail resizing; 4 different page templates; unique widgets; compact drop-down menu, etc. The code is clean and optimized for search engines. Continue Reading →

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A Magnet for Attracting Readers

Written by Pavel Ciorici on 10 comments

Magnet is a flexible theme intended for everyone who like everyday blogging on a unique layout. The featured sections of the theme will allow you to highlight your favorite or popular posts, and will definitely help you to create a community around your blog. Continue Reading →

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A Magazine Facelift for Your Website

Written by Pavel Ciorici on 14 comments

After receiving lots of positive feedback regarding our popular Magazine-Style themes Zenko Magazine and Yamidoo Magazine, we decided to launch a fresh new theme from this category, to allow you to give to your website an unique face-lift.

Our new theme – Monograph, is magazine-style theme with great features, among which are: a beautiful dynamic slider, 3 easily-controlled featured categories on the homepage, unique widgets, etc. Continue Reading →

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7 Essential Tips for WordPress Theme Developers

Written by Dumitru Brinzan on 12 comments

When I first started with WordPress (in March 2009) I already had over 3 years of PHP experience. I was used to developing my own CMS engines for my clients, so the first days with WordPress were rather curious: changing core WordPress functions, templates, etc. Continue Reading →