December 5th, 2009. This was the date I last redesigned Theme Lab, coincidentally also done by James McDonald. Probably the most prominent feature in the new design is the homepage design.
As the title says. Yes, it’s really been that long. This year has been relatively quiet compared to previous years. In the past year, four free WordPress themes were released along with two free CSS templates.
It’s been a while. Two months and 15 days to be exact. What have I been up to? I don’t really go much into my personal life here, but starting at a new college this past year has consumed a lot of my time. I’m participating in my school’s Relay for Life program. For those
2010 was a great year for WordPress. It introduced the much anticipated release of WordPress 3.0, along with a new default theme aptly named: Twenty Ten. 2010 was also a great year for Theme Lab, releasing lots of cool new content including free WordPress themes, tutorials, reviews, and other WordPress and coding related goodness. I’ll
As you probably already know, all the themes here (at the moment) are free to download. With no other paid products, I’m kinda left out of all the Black Friday WordPress deals this year. I can offer one thing, however, and that’s my unused domain names. I’ve had some listed before but rarely with fixed
WPCandy has just announced a new project called Theme Finder. It allows users to pick out WordPress themes “visually” through a number of criteria including by color, free or paid, and layout. Here is a screenshot of it below:
First of all, thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes to Theme Lab’s third birthday. The response was way bigger than any of the previous birthday posts, most likely because of the massive giveaway contest. The Winners As announced on Twitter yesterday, the winners are @momma_money, @WPminme, @ronaldb. I have already gotten in touch with
Update: The contest is now over, and the winners have been chosen. I left a little hint at the end of my last post, and to some this may not be a surprise to you, but to any Theme Lab is three years old today! It’s exactly three years after the first post here. In