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WordPress Theme: Subtle

A beautiful theme from Christopher Frazier, of Glued Ideas, has been recently released. Subtle, is a mainly two column theme that concentrates on making authors look good. I am really impressed with this theme, and love that the Photoshop file of the header is included to make it easy to style it for your own personal tastes.

Based on a joke my brother-in-law made, Subtle is the first public theme released by Glued Ideas. Designed for sites that have multiple authors, Subtle also makes use of WordPress Widgets, making customization a snap.

  • Built for blogs with multiple authors. Each writer can have their own archive and information page.
  • Select which categories of posts you want to show on the front page.
  • Show front page posts in full (as leads) or just the title, or any combination of the two formats that you choose.
  • Supports user-created styling through automated header creation.
  • Download additional looks from other users or at Glued Ideas Development Blog. (
  • Full WordPress Widget Support. (
  • Photoshop files are included with the installation package.
  • Built-in FeedBurner support.

A very slick theme, check it out at Glued Ideas.

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  1. Christopher Frazier says: 7/19/2006

    David – it was cool to see your post show up in our “Links In” list! I really appreciate the write-up and the fact that you mentioned the multi-author side of it. We really see multi-author blogs as a great way for beginning pro-bloggers to build momentum and readership. Sometimes it’s easier to have a team rather than feeling like you’re going it alone.

    For people who are interested in using the theme: make sure to visit our development blog to get updates and even some new pluggable styles for the theme.

    Thanks again, David!


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