We are happy to announce the release of our latest theme—ThemeMin. It is a minimal theme that focuses on typography. There is no images used in entire theme (well, except the RSS icon). Hence, this theme is extremely light weight and fast loading. If you are interested in getting ThemeMin, enter the promo code "GetMin" on checkout to save 30% discount. Note: this coupon code can only be applied to ThemeMin. The discount code expires as of September 8, 2010.
The Beauty of CSS and Typography
The beauty of ThemeMin is the typography and CSS work. Regardless of the font size, ThemeMin still looks elegant and readable. The image below shows how the design looks with large and small font size.
The theme features two sliders: the header slider appears on the homepage and the footer slider apears on all inner pages. Both sliders are customizable. You can choose to display feature posts or custom images. You can set the number of posts to query, number of slides to appear at the same time, feature image size, and animation speed. The screenshot below shows various settings: 1 slide, 2 slides, 3 slides, and 5 slides. It is very flexible and easy to customize.
The post image is optional. Post image has options for sizing and alignment. You can set any size for the post image and have it float left or right.
Dual-Column Sidebar Widget Areas
The sidebar contains multiple widget areas where you can place different types of content. For example, you can drop the feature post widget in the top row, then two navigation menus in two half columns, and have the recent comments widget in the third row.
In the footer area, you have options to display up to three widget columns.
This theme comes with four different color variations as skins: Black, Aqua, Chocalate, and Vintage. If you don't like any of the skins, don't forget that the framework bundled allows you to customize everything from font styles to background images. See product tour if you are not familiar with our framework.
Enter coupon code "GetMin" to save 30% discount (the code expires on Sept 8, 2010).