For those of you who use or have used the WordPress Theme Generator, you might want to know that it has been updated and now supports WordPress 2.3, Tags, Tag clouds as well as article tags. Aside from that, WP Theme Generator has more color options to choose from and it’s codes are now XHTML standards compliant.
For those who don’t know what it is, WordPress Theme Generator is an online site that generates custom WordPress themes. It doesn’t require any HTML, PHP or CSS knowledge. All you have to do is visit the site, choose from the different layout options available to customize the theme design and layout. The theme you create is automatically displayed on the right side so you can preview the theme while you’re creating it. When you’ve come up with a design that you like, just click on “Save” and you’ll be able to download all the necessary files as one zip file.
Personally, I haven’t tried it but I believe it’s a good alternative for those who don’t have any background knowledge in HTML, PHP or CSS and would like to have a unique, customized WordPress theme of their own.
JaypeeOnline started out as a personal blog back in 2002 as a place for the author to share his experiences & rants. After a few years, the author learned more about blogging and saw its potential so he decided to become serious and focus on a specific niche. Since the author loved computers and gadgets, Technology was the obvious choice.
This blog features the latest & popular Technology stories and other related topics that are featured in different categories - Gadgets, Freeware, Internet, Social Media and SEO just to mention a few. As a long-time and avid user of WordPress, the author also features a lot of WordPress-related stories and updates.
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