A couple months back, I featured Redoable 1.1, a 3-columned, widget and module ready WordPress theme built around the code of the popular K2 theme. I know many of you guys liked it except for the dark color scheme and lack of options to change the color scheme. Well, Dean Robinson, the creator of the Redoable theme has addressed that issue, fixed several bugs and added several more features with the latest version, Redoable 1.2.
- Fixed the spacing problems between sidebar modules.
- Fixed the problem that was causing the wrong comments to be displayed with each post (yay!)
- Corrected the behaviour of links in the sidenotes column to closer reflect my initial intentions.
- Fixed the margins to remove scroll bars when viewed at 1024×768 resolution.
- Added Technorati ‘blog reactions’ to posts.
- The dynamic style option allowing you to choose between 16 different colour combinations for your blog right from the admin area. Both light and dark schemes are available.
- Several new admin options including the ability to turn off the ‘Get Firefox’ banner, to use a custom logo in the header, and to configure your badge farm.
- The sidenotes column (only visible on the homepage) is now widgetised!
- There is now an alternate page menu that can be displayed in a row below the header instead of in the top right corner.
New plugin support:
- WordPress Download Monitor – since switching to this plugin my downloads have been working brilliantly.
- Twitt-Twoo – update and display your twitter status in the sidebar of your blog.
Dean Robinson did a really great job with Redoable 1.1 but he has outdone himself with this latest version 1.2. Not only has he fixed most if not all the known bugs, but he has also added several cool features. But the feature that stands out is the option to change color schemes with 16 different color schemes to choose from.
Preview or download the Redoable 1.2 WordPress theme.