Okay. I think I’m satisfied enough to release version 2 of the Book WP theme. It may not be perfect, but if I don’t release it, I’ll just never get around to it.
This theme is meant to help authors use wordpress to write an online book, rather than just a blog. You can see the theme in action on my site on self-publishing.
More info and a download link can be found on the Book WP page.
Now I’m going to see if I can get it listed in the official WP Themes gallery…
Okay, I have another very simple WP Theme that I’m releasing into the wild.
This one is called “The Leo” because it was heavily inspired by Leo Babauta’s (Zen Habits) personal website. It’s not a clone by any means, but it is extremely simple and (hopefully) readable.
If you’re interested go check outÂ The Leo Homepage / download
Okay, so a little bit ago I mentioned I was working on a secret project. This was not that project. I am freaking excited about that project and I’ll let you know more about it next week. This was a whim project that I put together this week.
Anyway, I just built a WordPress theme that I’m releasing to the world for free. I’ve built a couple of themes and tweaked several before, but this is the first time I’ve released one to the general public.
The theme is called Book WP, and it is made to use WordPress as an online book (rather than strictly as a blog). I based the design off the freely available template available over at Bibliotype.org. It took some massaging to get it to work for IE, but I think everything is good now.
You can read more about the theme (& download it) on the official Book WP page, or you can see the beast in action on the Book WP demo.
As to those of you who are looking for the next chapter of Journey of St. Laurent â€“ I’m working on it. I’ll try to get something up this weekend.