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  • mayooresan

    Gonna use this theme in my blog HOt WordPress Tips

  • Leland

    @mayooresan: Awesome! Thanks for letting me know.

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  • Jaime


    I just installed this great theme on a blog I´m just starting ( However I noticed that the entries don´t show who wrote them. Is there any way to customize the theme so it shows who writes what?

    I would appreciate your help.

    Thanks for you nice theme!

    • Leland

      @Jaime: The author code is already present in the template. You’ll have to uncomment it. In index.php and archive.php and search.php find:

      <!-- by <?php the_author() ?> -->

      and replace with:

      by <?php the_author() ?>

      Hope this helps. By the way, I like your customizations!

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  • Kevin Paquet

    All these good themes. :|
    I just rested on one. This one kinda attracts me. I think my personal blog will be using this.. )

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  • Deven

    Wow Nice theme…
    Gonna use on my wordpress themes website

  • Jenny

    I like this theme. I might use it on a blog I have coming up.

  • Term Life

    Yeah man, the new wordpress is awesome. I can’t believe everyone blogger isn’t using this yet. The features are amazing.

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  • Doris

    I want to have static pages. Is there a way to NOT have the comment form and comment information on each page? Thanks!

  • Leland

    @Doris: You could do one of two things. Remove the comments_template() code from page.php, or simply disable the comments on the page you want.

    • Ioan

      Hello Everyone, Leland

      I have the same scenario as Doris. I want to NOT have the comments forms on the static pages while having them on the blog section ONLY… :)

      Besides, I wish I would not disable them because the users would simply see the message below that isn’t pretty… :)

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      I really appreciate your attention and help

      • Leland

        Do you see the code in page.php? You’ll have to remove <?php comments_template(); ?> as well as <a href="<?php comments_link(); ?>" class="comments">Comments <?php comments_number('0','1','%'); ?></a>

        • Ioan

          hello Leland,

          Thanks with all my heart! I can only spot: comments_template()

          I am pasting the code in page.php here:

          start –>


          <div class=”post” id=”post-”>

          <a href=”" rel=”bookmark” title=”Permanent Link to “>

          <?php the_tags(‘Tags: ‘, ‘, ‘, ”); ?> Posted in <!– by | | –>

          Not Found
          Sorry, but you are looking for something that isn’t here.

          end <–

          what would you do if you would be in my shoes?

          THANKS again!!!


        • Leland

          What exactly do you want to remove again? You got the comment form removed it seems. What else is left?

        • Ioan

          how can I attach the file with the source code?

          thanks Leland!!!!

  • Doris

    I was able to take off the comments. Thank you. Also is there a way to make my modified header line up on the left side line up with the rest of the layout (like the right side)? It seems to be off, but being new to WordPress, I am not sure what I need to change. Thanks.

  • Kerry

    I like your theme and was wondering if there is a way you can have the menu function with a drop down effect, so that when you hover over each menu (parent) page it shows you all the pages under its parent! Hope that makes sense!? :-/

  • Jon Ingram

    An excellent theme — thank you.

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  • Bambangxp

    I want to have static pages. Is there a way to NOT have the comment form and comment information on each page? Thanks!

    • Leland

      On page.php remove the <?php comments_template(); ?> code.