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WordPress Theme: Day Dream

Influenced by Tarski and other first rate themes, comes Day Dream, a one column theme that looks really slick. It is interesting that more and more themes are going the one column route. I have thought about doing it a few times on my personal blog, and maybe I will now that Day Dream is out.

Released by Jim Whimpey, it is for WordPress 2.0.x and above.

Why Single Column?

There’s a few reasons why it’s single column. The reality is that the sidebar is rarely used, it doesn’t deserve it’s attention stealing spot at the top of the page, inline with the important stuff – real content. Single column themes give you one thing to look at, the most important part, the content. The sidebar sits below the content for the user to take a further journey into your site after reading the front page.

Check out the theme at its Project Page.

Categories: WordPress Themes

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  1. Justin says: 6/22/2006

    Woot! Finally, a theme that deserves mentioning! No offense, my fellow wordpress community members, but some of the releases in the theme world lately have been nothing more than a remixed version of another theme such as K2 with slightly more debris…


  2. Jim Whimpey says: 6/22/2006

    Wow! Thanks a lot for the mention and the kind words.


  3. Birger says: 6/25/2006

    Nice theme, I am using it!

    Updated to version 1.2:


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