WooThemes, has been very busy this year creating and releasing several premium WordPress themes one after the other. Their latest premium WordPress theme called Bloggingstream, was released a couple days ago.
Bloggingstream caters to both those irregular personal bloggers, as well as the more serious publishers. The theme, which sports a nifty, integrated lifestream and sidebar video player, can be used for personal blogs, whilst also satisfying your online magazine needs. The 7 ad spaces definitely contributes to the bottom line as well…
Other Color Schemes:
Bloggingstream is another cool magazine style premium WordPress theme that packs lots of features including 11 different color schemes. The default color scheme background is white with black text and other color schemes include – blue, purple, red, green, rust, chocolate, baby blue and grey.
With all the unique and standard features found on this theme, you’ll be able to customize it and make it look and work according to your preference or your blog’s content. Bloggingstream will also work for either a news/content driven blog or even a personal blog for those bloggers who like magazine-styled themes. It also has a lifestream section below the homepage that displays your social feeds, photos and other stuff from your social network accounts.
Widget lovers aren’t left in the dark as Bloggingstream is widget-ready and was created with 2 widgetized areas – the middle column on the homepage and site-wide sidebar. It also includes 8 custom Woo widgets. If you want to customize it further and add other widgetized areas on the theme, you might want to check out my post on How to Widgetize WordPress themes.
And for those of you who have banner ads and other advertisements on your blogs, there are several pre-installed ad spaces on different areas on the blog where you can display your choice of ads. All you need to do is provide the ad code in the Bloggingstream theme settings page. Talking about the theme settings page, all WooTheme premium themes have its own settings page where you can control and customize how stuff are displayed on your blog. The theme I’m using right now, FreshNews is also from WooThemes and the settings page makes it easy for me to make changes to some parts of the theme.
Some of the nice features in the Bloggingstream theme are the drop-down menu for the main navigation which makes it easy for readers and visitors to see sub-pages or sub-categories on your blog, automatic image resizer for blog posts so you don’t have to manually edit your post images, support for threaded comments on WP 2.7 and the built-in gravatar support for comments.
WooThemes has a permanent 2-for-1 offer so if you decide to purchase Bloggingstream or any other WooThemes premium WordPress theme, you can get another theme for FREE! And you have lots of excellent choices from the WooThemes gallery of premium WordPress themes. When you purchase or subscribe to their theme club, not only will you get well coded and designed themes, but you also get good customer support from Woo ninjas via the WooThemes forum.
Preview or Purchase the Bloggingstream Premium WordPress theme from WooThemes.
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